Snow Totals From 1/21/14

Shown below are storm total snowfall amounts from Tuesday's winter storm.  This system brought quite a bit of snowfall to the region, with the heaviest falling along the Ohio River from Madison, Indiana southwest to the Louisville metropolitan area.  In this axis, anywhere from 4-6 inches fell.  Strong winds near 40 MPH at times combined with the falling snow to create near whiteout conditions at times across the region. 

 

Here are snowfall totals from across the region as of Tuesday afternoon:

...Climate Sites...                       

Lexington (Official)                        1.7          

Louisville International (Official)       2.5         

Louisville NWS Office                    3.3         

Fort Knox                                     0.6          

Bowling Green (Official)                 0.5          

 

The following reports are unofficial and represent a range of all reports received from that county.

 

South Central Indiana

 
Dubois          < 1
Orange         T - 1
Washington    1 - 2
Scott            2 - 4.5
Jefferson       5 - 6
Crawford       T - 1
Perry            T - 1
Harrison        1.5 - 2.5
Floyd            2.5 - 5
Clark            4 - 6
 

North Central Kentucky

 
Jefferson        2 - 5
Oldham         3 - 4

Trimble          4 - 5

Henry            2 - 4
Shelby          2 - 4
Spencer        2 - 4
Bullitt            1 - 3
Hardin           T - .5
Meade           T - .2
Breckinridge   T - .2
Hancock        T - .2
Ohio              1
Nelson           1 - 2
Washington    1
Larue             T
Marion           1
 

East Central Kentucky

 
Franklin      2 - 4
Scott          2.5 - 4.5
Harrison      3 - 4
Nicholas      4
Bourbon      2 - 3
Fayette       2 - 4
Woodford    2 - 3
Anderson    2 - 3
Mercer        2 - 3
Jessamine  1 - 1.5
Clark           2 - 3
Madison      2 - 3
Garrard       4
Boyle          2 - 3
Lincoln        2 - 3

 



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