February 22nd Snowfall Totals

The remnants of the snowstorm which impacted the central portions of the country on Thursday lifted across the Great Lakes region Friday morning. Although the system had weakened, it still produced some accumulating snowfall across Southeast Michigan, most of which fell during the Friday morning commute. The highest snow totals were reported across the tri cities region (Saginaw, Midland, Bay City).

 

 

 

 
 

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...STORM TOTALS

NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DETROIT/PONTIAC MI

241 PM EST FRI FEB 22 2013

 

 

STORM TOTAL SNOW REPORTS

 

LOCATION                  SNOWFALL     DURATION

                          (INCHES)      (HOURS)        LAT       LON

 

...BAY COUNTY...

   BAY CITY                M   3.5            4     43.59N    83.89W

   KAWKAWLIN               M   5.0            4     43.65N    83.95W

 

...GENESEE COUNTY...

   FLINT                   M   2.3            6     43.02N    83.69W

   BURTON                  M   3.6            5     43.00N    83.62W

 

...HURON COUNTY...

   BAD AXE                 M   1.9            M     43.80N    83.00W

   HARBOR BEACH            M   2.5            M     43.85N    82.65W

   5 E SEBEWAING           E   3.0            M     43.73N    83.35W

 

...LAPEER COUNTY...

   5 W LUM                 E   2.0            4     43.11N    83.25W

   NORTH BRANCH            E   2.0            4     43.23N    83.19W

 

...MACOMB COUNTY...

   4 NNE ROMEO             M   2.5            4     42.85N    82.96W

 

...MIDLAND COUNTY...

   MIDLAND                 M   4.0            4     43.62N    84.23W

 

...MONROE COUNTY...

   MONROE                  M   2.0            5     41.92N    83.39W

 

...OAKLAND COUNTY...

   FARMINGTON HILLS        M   2.0            4     42.49N    83.38W

   FARMINGTON HILLS        M   2.0            5     42.49N    83.38W

   ROCHESTER HILLS         M   2.0            4     42.67N    83.16W

   1 E CLARKSTON           M   2.1            4     42.73N    83.40W

   4 E WHITE LAKE          M   2.1            6     42.65N    83.43W

   MILFORD                 E   3.0            M     42.59N    83.60W

 

...SAGINAW COUNTY...

   5 W SAGINAW             M   4.4            4     43.42N    84.05W

   2 NW SAGINAW            M   4.8            M     43.44N    83.98W

   3 NW SAGINAW            M   4.9            M     43.45N    83.99W

   5 W SAGINAW             M   5.2            5     43.42N    84.05W

 

...SANILAC COUNTY...

   SANDUSKY                E   1.0            M     43.42N    82.83W

   CROSWELL                E   2.0            M     43.27N    82.62W

 

...SHIAWASSEE COUNTY...

   DURAND                  E   2.8            M     42.91N    83.99W

 

...ST. CLAIR COUNTY...

   2 SSW PORT HURON        M   2.0            3     42.97N    82.45W

   5 E ALMONT              M   2.0          4.5     42.92N    82.95W

   2 W PORT HURON          M   2.2            3     43.00N    82.47W

   ALGONAC                 M   2.4            5     42.62N    82.53W

 

...TUSCOLA COUNTY...

   VASSAR                  M   3.0            4     43.37N    83.58W

 

...WASHTENAW COUNTY...

   ANN ARBOR               M   2.3            5     42.28N    83.73W

   DEXTER                  M   2.3          3.5     42.33N    83.88W

 

...WAYNE COUNTY...

   ROMULUS                 M   2.9            4     42.22N    83.37W

   WESTLAND                M   3.0            5     42.32N    83.38W

   WYANDOTTE               M   3.1            4     42.21N    83.16W

 

 

M = MEASURED

E = ESTIMATED

 



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