...Winter Storm Review - Jan. 6-7th 2010...

A fast moving winter storm brought snow accumulations of 1 to 5 inches to the Missouri Ozarks and southeast Kansas Wednesday night and early Thursday. The highest accumulations occurred across central Missouri including the Lake of the Ozarks region where up to 5 inches fell.  Light accumulations near an inch were observed across far southwest Missouri and near the Arkansas border. 

 

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OFFICIAL OBSERVED SNOWFALL TOTALS...

LOCATION SNOWFALL SNOW DEPTH
SPRINGFIELD 1.6 3
JOPLIN 0.2 2

COOPERATIVE REPORTING STATION SNOWFALL TOTALS...

SNOWFALL SNOW DEPTH
APPLETON CITY 2.0 7
ASH GROVE 2.0 5
COLE CAMP 3.5 5
DADEVILLE 1.0
DORA 1.0
EMINENCE 1N 1.5 1
FLEMINGTON 3E 2.0 4
GALENA T 3
HARTVILLE 1.0 3
HOUSTON 1NE M 2
LAMAR T
LOCKWOOD 0.5 3
MANSFIELD 1.5 3
MORRISVILLE 1.5 4
NEVADA 3.0 6
PLEASANT HOPE 2.0 5
ROLLA 4.0 4
ROUND SPRING 1.0 1
VIENNA 5.5
WASOLA 5N 0.1 1
PITTSBURG KS 1.0 1
COLUMBUS KS M


COCORAHS SNOWFALL REPORTS IN SOUTHEAST KANSAS...

SNOW SNOW
FALL DEPTH

FORT SCOTT 3.7 ENE 0.8
CHEROKEE 0.3 N 1.5 4
DEVON 0.1 SE 0.9 4


COCORAHS SNOWFALL REPORTS IN SOUTHERN AND CENTRAL MISSOURI...

SNOW SNOW
FALL DEPTH

BUNKER 4.4 N 1.8 2
COLE CAMP 3.5 WNW 3.0 5
ELEDRIDGE 0.9 N 3.0 4
SALEM 1.8 NW 3.2 3
DORA 2.6 NNW 1.3 3
HOUSTON 6.3 ESE 2.0 2
AVA 0.2 NE 1.0 3
SALEM 4.3 S 1.8 2
WILLOW SPRINGS 1.5 N 0.8 1
LIBERAL 0.7 SSE 0.5 MM
MOUNTAIN VIEW 7.0 NE 1.0 1
GAINESVILLE 8.2 NE 1.0 3
SPRINGFIELD 4.9 SE 1.2 3
WINONA 2.8 SW 1.1 1
AVA 10.5 SSW 1.0 4
MILLER 6.2 WNW 2.3 3
NIXA 2.5 SE 0.4 4
ALTON 3.4 W 1.0 MM
HOLLISTER 3.5 SW 0.3 3
CARL JUNCTION 3.4 WSW 0.5 4
NEOSHO 3.2 SSW T 2

 



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