Between Bomb Cyclone, Polar Vortex and first-day-of-summer snow, we already know we had quite a winter and spring this year in Northern Colorado, but the numbers are in. 

Following a rough 2017-2018 winter (just ask the ski resorts), we probably made up for it this last year.

Greeley got between 25 and 28 inches in 2017 and 2018, but last winter, had 32 inches of snow on record.

Loveland got 42 inches of snow from 2017 to 2018, but had nearly 60 inches this last winter.

Depending on which part of Fort Collins you live in, there was between 27 and 31 inches recorded from 2017 to 2018, but this last year, Fort Collins had between 38 and 46.

You can see totals from the rest of the state via NOAA's National Weather Service.