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Snowfall Totals

by Steve Templeton

KMOV.com

Posted on January 28, 2009 at 4:18 PM

Updated Wednesday, Nov 4 at 3:29 PM


The snow is over and the measurements are coming in. Below is the complete list of snow and sleet (combined) reports with the time and date the report was called in. Monday night's snow totals were lower because of all the sleet mixed in. Then Tuesday night's storm was the big hit because the storm track veered just slightly to the North. When you add it all up, most of the totals from the metro were on the high end or slightly higher than our 3-6" storm total forecast going into this event. I measured 6.5" storm total at my house in St. Louis city, Oakville in South county had 7.1", St. Charles had 6.0" and Caseyville measured 6.0" too.

As expected the heaviest was South and Southeast of the metro as Nashville, IL had one of the highest totals at 9.5".

Below is a link provided by the hard working guys and gals at our local National Weather Service office. There are too many totals to post here in the blog, so I'll link you. So, click here for that link.

-Meteorologist Steve Templeton

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