Thursday-Friday Winter Storm Final Precip. Totals

23 02 2008

Winter Storm Snow/Sleet/Freezing Rain Final Totals

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The winter storm has now pulled out of the Northeast. It has produced significant snow, sleet and ice totals in the Southern Midwest, Ohio Valley, and Northeast. Below is a list of the top 10 snow, sleet and ice totals. They are in order from greatest to least.

Snow Totals:                                       Sleet Totals:                                    Ice Totals:

Wilton, CT: 14.0                               Winfield, KS: 3.0                            Columbus, KS: 0.75

Northvale, NJ: 10.5                        Pittsburg, MO: 2.5                       Brownstown, IN: 0.50

Bethel, NY: 10.2                               Sullivan, MO: 2.0                         Harrisburg, IL: 0.50 

Monroe, NY: 10.0                           Fort Scott, MO: 2.0                         Joplin, MO: 0.50

Beverly, MA: 10.0                          Tuscumbia, MO: 2.0                        Dennis, KS: 0.50

Peabody, MA: 10.0                           Lamar, MO: 2.0                           Leawood, MO: 0.50

Big Bear, PA: 10.0                             Laurie, MO: 2.0                          Owingsville, KY: 0.40 

Mohawk Mountain, CT: 10.0             Le Roy, KS: 2.0                          Owensboro, KY: 0.30

Boylston, MA: 9.9                                Rolla, MO: 1.5                            Newburgh, IN: 0.30

Shrewsbury, MA: 9.9                       Warsaw, MO: 1.5                      Mount Sterling, KY: 0.30


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