Final snowfall totals from the December 9-10th, 2009, lake effect band

Final snowfall totals from the December 9-10th, 2009, lake effect band
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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...STORM TOTALS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DETROIT/PONTIAC MI
1139 AM EST THU DEC 10 2009


STORM TOTAL SNOW REPORTS

LOCATION                  SNOWFALL     DURATION
                          (INCHES)      (HOURS)        LAT       LON

...GENESEE COUNTY...
   LINDEN                  M   1.0           12     42.82N    83.78W
   GOODRICH                M   1.5           12     42.92N    83.51W

...LIVINGSTON COUNTY...
   1 NE HOWELL             E   3.4           12     42.62N    83.92W
   1 SE HOWELL             M   4.0           12     42.60N    83.92W

...MACOMB COUNTY...
   RICHMOND                M   1.0           12     42.81N    82.75W

...OAKLAND COUNTY...
   ORTONVILLE              M   1.4            8     42.85N    83.44W
   WEST BLOOMFIELD         M   1.5           12     42.57N    83.38W
   MILFORD                 M   2.0           12     42.59N    83.60W
   COMMERCE                M   2.1           12     42.59N    83.49W
   WHITE LAKE              M   3.5           12     42.65N    83.50W

...ST. CLAIR COUNTY...
   PORT HURON              M   1.2           12     42.99N    82.43W
   CAPAC                   M   1.5           12     43.01N    82.93W

...WASHTENAW COUNTY...
   MANCHESTER              M   1.0           12     42.15N    84.04W
   ANN ARBOR               M   1.4           12     42.28N    83.73W
   HELL                    M   2.0           14     42.43N    83.99W

...WAYNE COUNTY...
   GARDEN CITY             M   1.0           14     42.33N    83.33W


M = MEASURED
E = ESTIMATED

&&
A BAND OF LAKE EFFECT SNOW ORIGINATING FROM LAKE MICHIGAN DEVELOPED 
OVERNIGHT PRODUCING A NARROW CORRIDOR OF ACCUMULATING SNOWFALL 
RANGING FROM 1 TO 4 INCHES. LARGEST AMOUNTS WERE FOUND ACROSS 
LIVINGSTON AND OAKLAND COUNTIES WHERE UP TO 4 INCHES WAS REPORTED. 
THIS BAND FORMED AS VERY COLD AIR ON THE BACKSIDE OF WEDNESDAY'S 
STRONG LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM BLEW OVER THE WARM WATERS OF LAKE 
MICHIGAN. HIGH WINDS THEN CARRIED THE BAND ALL THE WAY ACROSS THE 
STATE.
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