Tuesday, March 21, 2006 Snowfall (including Snowfall Reports)

Heavy snow marks the beginning of Spring

 

A strong storm system brought heavy snow to parts of central Indiana Tuesday morning.  Most snowfall amounts were generally  in the 3-5 inch range with a maximum of 7.4 inches at Brazil.  At the Indianapolis International Airport, there was officially 5.4 inches of snowfall. Here are some reports received (graphics of snowfall amounts can be found below):

  • Brazil: 7.4
  • Paragon (3 miles south): 6.5
  • Terre Haute: 5.8
  • Spencer (4 miles north): 5.8
  • Indianapolis International Airport: 5.4
  • Carmel: 5.4
  • Clinton: 5.0
  • Sullivan (2 miles west): 5.0
  • Cloverdale: 5.0
  • Seymour: 5.0
  • Martinsville: 5.0
  • Pittsboro: 5.0
  • Bloomington: 4.5
  • Greenwood (5 miles west): 4.0
  • Mitchell (6 miles northeast): 4.0
  • Greencastle: 4.0
  • Columbus 3.5
  • Danville: 3.5
  • Nashville 3.0
  • Odon: 3.0
  • Attica: 3.0
  • Crawfordsville: 3.0
  • Rockville: 3.0
  • New Castle: 3.0
  • Alexandria: 2.0
  • Pendleton: 2.0
  • Muncie: 1.0
  • Kokomo: 1.0
  • Delphi: 1.0
  • Lafayette: 1.0
  • Winchester: 1.0

 


  Have a report? You can submit a report via email at: http://weather.gov/ind/combinedreport.php

 


 

Below Top: Approximate snowfall amounts reported to the NWS from various sources for the event Tuesday.
Below bottom: Map of cooperative observer snowfall for the 48 hour period ending 7:00 am Wedsday. A text table of this data is also available.

Reported Snow image

 

Event totals from coop observers



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