Preliminary Snowfall totals from the April 23rd-25th, 2005, near historic winter storm

Preliminary Snowfall totals from the April 23rd-25th, 2005, near historic winter storm
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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
PRELIMINARY SNOWFALL TOTALS FOR APRIL 23-25 2005
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DETROIT/PONTIAC MI
1000 AM EDT MON APR 25 2005

NEAR HISTORIC SNOWFALL DID FALL ACROSS SOUTHEAST LOWER MICHIGAN.
CONSIDERABLE MELTING OCCURRED DUE TO WARM GROUND TEMPERATURES AND
TEMPERATURES AT OR SLIGHTLY ABOVE FREEZING. ALSO THIS HEAVY WET 
SNOW HAS SETTLED WITH THE LENGTH OF THE SNOW EVENT. FINALLY WITH 
THE STRONG WINDS...THERE WAS CONSIDERABLE BLOWING AND DRIFTING
SNOW...ESPECIALLY IN THE THUMB WHERE DRIFTS WERE AS HIGH AS
3 TO 4 FEET. ALL OF THESE FACTORS HAVE RESULTED IN VERY DIFFICULT
SNOW MEASUREMENTS FOR OUR SPOTTERS. NOAA NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
THANKS ALL OF OUR SPOTTERS FOR THESE REPORTS.

THESE PRELIMINARY TOTALS AND EXPERIMENTAL GRAPHIC ARE AVAILABLE
ONLINE AT WWW.WEATHER.GOV/DETROIT


                          STORM
LOCATION                  TOTAL   

...BAY...
BAY CITY          5.0

...GENESEE...
GRAND BLANC               13.0
GOODRICH                  12.0
MT MORRIS                 10.5
OTISVILLE                 10.2
FLINT                     7.8
CLIO                      8.5 
OTISVILLE                 7.6
FLUSHING                  6.0

...HURON...
BAD AXE                   12.0
ELKTON                    10.0
HARBOR BEACH              8.9
UBLY                      8.0

...LAPEER...
DRYDEN                    14.4
LUM                       12.5
NORTH BRANCH              9.5
DRYDEN                    9.5
LAPEER                    8.0

...LENAWEE...
NEWPORT                   5.4
DEERFIELD                 4.5
ADRIAN                    4.0
DEERFIELD                 4.0
MANITOU BEACH             3.2
MORENCI                   1.2

...LIVINGSTON...
HOWELL                    5.5
BRIGHTON                  4.0

...MACOMB...
RICHMOND                  11.3
ARMADA                    9.0
ARMADA                    6.5
ROMEO                     6.0

...MIDLAND...
MIDLAND                   5.0

...MONROE...
NEWPORT                   4.8
MAYBEE                    4.8
IDA                       4.0
TEMPERANCE                3.5
DUNDEE                    3.0
CARLETON                  2.0

...OAKLAND...
WHITE LAKE NWS            15.0 
NE CLARKSTON              16.5 
ORTONVILLE                11.3
LAKE ORION                9.4
HIGHLAND                  12.0
ROCHESTER HILLS           7.0                                    

...SAGINAW...
9 W SAGINAW               7.0
BURT                      6.5
BURT                      6.0
SAGINAW                   6.0
FRANKENMUTH               6.0
FREELAND                  5.0

...SANILAC...
DECKERVILLE               10.0
BROWN CITY                11.0
MARLETTE                  8.0
SANDUSKY                  9.0

...SHIAWASSEE...
OWOSSO                    7.8
BANCROFT                  7.5
CORUNNA                   6.5
NEW LOTHROP               3.5
BYRON                     3.0
LAINGSBURG                3.0

...ST CLAIR...
KIMBALL          8.0
CAPAC                     14.0
YALE                      14.1
5 W ST. CLAIR             8.0
AVOCA                     8.0
4W PORT HURON             7.0

...TUSCOLA...
FAIRGROVE                 6.0

...WASHTENAW...
ANN ARBOR                 5.5
YPSILANTI                 3.5
CHELSEA                   2.5

...WAYNE...
DETROIT                   4.4
CANTON                    5.5
NORTHVILLE                4.0 
WYANDOTTE                 6.0 

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