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post Jan 13 2018, 08:10 AM
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As of 8:00am this morning we've accumulated approximately 4.25 inches of snow here about 30 miles south of Cleveland, Ohio...
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post Jan 13 2018, 08:21 AM
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Congrats to you folks “down south”!!!

A definite underachiever here IMBY. Measured 2.5” on top of the wind-protected beehive so I got at least that much, but not much more. Some of the high-resolution model that showed a “donut hole” over my area appear to have been correct.


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post Jan 13 2018, 08:31 AM
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Using the floor of my back deck that is fairly protected by a north and west wall, I measured if several areas and it came to 4 inches of snow IMBY.

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post Jan 13 2018, 08:32 AM
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Definitely consider myself lucky. Just a few miles to my northwest, the cutoff would have been hard to watch..
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post Jan 13 2018, 08:34 AM
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Unofficial reports of snow around the area:

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Spotter Reports
National Weather Service Wilmington OH
517 AM EST Sat Jan 13 2018

The following are unofficial observations taken during the past 6
hours for the storm that has been affecting our region. Appreciation
is extended to highway departments, cooperative and cocorahs
observers, spotters and media for these reports. This summary is also
available on our home page at www.weather.gov/iln

********************STORM TOTAL SNOWFALL********************

LOCATION STORM TOTAL TIME/DATE COMMENTS
SNOWFALL OF
/INCHES/ MEASUREMENT

KENTUCKY

...Boone County...
KCVG Cincy N Ky Apt 3.4 1200 AM 1/13 ASOS

...Gallatin County...
2 NW Glencoe 1.8 1146 PM 1/12 Co-Op Observer

...Lewis County...
3 S Ribolt 1.5 1119 PM 1/12 Trained Spotter

OHIO

...Adams County...
1 SW West Union 3.5 418 AM 1/13 Dept of Transportation

...Auglaize County...
Waynesfield 2.0 1145 PM 1/12 Public
2 SSE Wapakoneta 1.5 308 AM 1/13 Dept of Transportation

...Brown County...
1 ESE Georgetown 3.0 1156 PM 1/12 Dept of Transportation

...Butler County...
Oxford 2.5 1151 PM 1/12 Trained Spotter

...Clermont County...
5 SE Loveland 3.0 330 AM 1/13 NWS Employee
New Richmond 2.3 1145 PM 1/12 Public

...Clinton County...
2 SSE Wilmington 3.7 100 AM 1/13 Official NWS Obs

...Darke County...
1 ESE Greenville 1.5 400 AM 1/13 Dept of Transportation

...Delaware County...
2 NNE Westerville 3.5 1155 PM 1/12 Public

...Fairfield County...
2 S Lancaster 6.2 400 AM 1/13 Trained Spotter
7 E Ashville 6.0 420 AM 1/13 CoCoRaHS
2 SSW Lancaster 6.0 1157 PM 1/12 Dept of Transportation
Lancaster 5.5 225 AM 1/13 Public

...Franklin County...
Dublin 5.3 145 AM 1/13 Public
1 S Marble Cliff 5.0 225 AM 1/13 Broadcast Media
KCMH John Glenn Cbus 3.9 100 AM 1/13 ASOS
New Albany 3.1 1200 AM 1/13 Public
3 S Downtown Columbu 3.0 1240 AM 1/13 Public

...Greene County...
1 SSE Xenia 4.0 1205 AM 1/13 Dept of Transportation
Beavercreek 3.6 100 AM 1/13 Public

...Hamilton County...
2 SSE Wyoming 1.5 1223 AM 1/13 Dept of Transportation

...Highland County...
1 ESE Hillsboro 4.5 426 AM 1/13 Dept of Transportation

...Hocking County...
1 E Lake Logan Sp 6.0 222 AM 1/13 Dept of Transportation

...Licking County...
Etna 6.5 440 AM 1/13 Public
5 SSE Heath 3.0 1119 PM 1/12 Dept of Transportation

...Logan County...
2 N Bellefontaine 4.0 1142 PM 1/12 Dept of Transportation

...Mercer County...
3 W Celina 2.0 401 AM 1/13 Dept of Transportation

...Montgomery County...
S Centerville 3.0 1130 PM 1/12 Broadcast Media
KDAY Dayton Cox Apt 2.7 1200 AM 1/13 ASOS

...Pickaway County...
1 NNW Circleville 4.5 1127 PM 1/12 Dept of Transportation

...Pike County...
2 N Wakefield 4.0 350 AM 1/13 Dept of Transportation

...Preble County...
2 W West Alexandria 1.0 405 AM 1/13 Dept of Transportation

...Ross County...
5 NW Chillicothe 5.0 1230 AM 1/13 Public
2 W Chillicothe 5.0 1130 PM 1/12 Trained Spotter

...Scioto County...
1 SSE Lucasville 4.0 402 AM 1/13 Dept of Transportation

...Union County...
1 ESE Marysville 3.0 1157 PM 1/12 Dept of Transportation

...Warren County...
3 WNW Maineville 3.3 1200 AM 1/13 Trained Spotter

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post Jan 13 2018, 08:37 AM
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QUOTE(StL weatherjunkie @ Jan 13 2018, 01:22 AM) *
Great hearing about all of the snow in Ohio! Sounds like fluffy accumulations


Thanks!

How'd you end up there? I saw you had about 1/2 inch of sleet before the changeover.

Standing at 11.5 degrees here at the house.
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post Jan 13 2018, 08:43 AM
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Probably 2-2.5 here...after the initial burst, rates just didn't pick up that we'll. The wind was quite something, though. Nice to see the good stuff for the Ohio crew. All in all, a pretty nice storm.
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post Jan 13 2018, 08:49 AM
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Narrow band of snow showers coming through Cleveland, OH area now - adding some additional accumulation...
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post Jan 13 2018, 08:51 AM
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Don't know how much we got, but I know yesterday we got 1.3" in about 2 hours before midnight. Hard to tell what we got, the wind blew a lot of the snow around.

I will say the timing was amazingly accurate, everything turned almost right on time, probably a little on the early side, but really good timing calls.

Edit: Actually, wow we got 5" this morning, so we managed to get over 6", seems like it's been a while.

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post Jan 13 2018, 09:07 AM
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Congrats guys and gals, nice storm for you. I was watching the radar all night and it just didn't want to budge from the Ohio area even till 5 am this morn. Just hung around and snowed itself out. Well deserved, the drought is finally over. Enjoy it...
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post Jan 13 2018, 09:12 AM
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Some local storm reports shown on GREarth. I see a 6.3 inch report near Columbus:
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post Jan 13 2018, 09:14 AM
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QUOTE(PlanetMaster @ Jan 13 2018, 09:07 AM) *
Congrats guys and gals, nice storm for you. I was watching the radar all night and it just didn't want to budge from the Ohio area even till 5 am this morn. Just hung around and snowed itself out. Well deserved, the drought is finally over. Enjoy it...



Thanks PM. It may have not generated storm warnings for many due to lack of the proper amounts in most areas, but the snows that did fall with all the wind, it was certainly warning criteria impacts!
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post Jan 13 2018, 09:55 AM
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Took 8 different measurements in the areas least affected by drifting & came up with a 5.9" average here. Many drifts in the 2 foot range...biggest one (27") was actually draped across my road until the plow finally came through this morning.
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QUOTE(JymGanahlRocks @ Jan 13 2018, 09:55 AM) *
Took 8 different measurements in the areas least affected by drifting & came up with a 5.9" average here. Many drifts in the 2 foot range...biggest one (27") was actually draped across my road until the plow finally came through this morning.



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post Jan 13 2018, 10:53 AM
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QUOTE(Ahoff @ Jan 13 2018, 08:51 AM) *
Don't know how much we got, but I know yesterday we got 1.3" in about 2 hours before midnight. Hard to tell what we got, the wind blew a lot of the snow around.

I will say the timing was amazingly accurate, everything turned almost right on time, probably a little on the early side, but really good timing calls.

Edit: Actually, wow we got 5" this morning, so we managed to get over 6", seems like it's been a while.

I was very impressed with the accuracy of the models as well with the timing of the change over for this. Started a little before 10 for me and was complete by 1030 or so. I haven't been out so not sure what's exactly out there, but I saw a report from a neighborhood only a mile east of me they got 6 inches so I'm going with that. Thanks to the wind though, there's nowhere near that much on my car lol.
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post Jan 13 2018, 10:56 AM
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For anyone interested, 0.5 inched here, big underachiever, given most models had us in 4-8 inches though we were right on the cutoff. But half an inch was a big disappointment, I figured would get a couple atleast. Looking at the radar seems that comma head completely collapsed after leaving central Kentucky and heading east into my area. Better luck next time I guess. Congrats to all that did well to my west and north. On to the next one
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post Jan 13 2018, 10:59 AM
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QUOTE(TheReflex @ Jan 13 2018, 10:56 AM) *
For anyone interested, 0.5 inched here, big underachiever, given most models had us in 4-8 inches though we were right on the cutoff. But half an inch was a big disappointment, I figured would get a couple atleast. Looking at the radar seems that comma head completely collapsed after leaving central Kentucky and heading east into my area. Better luck next time I guess. Congrats to all that did well to my west and north. On to the next one



Always interested in hearing observations throughout the region. Sorry that it did not turn out for ya. Hopefully the next go around for ya.
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post Jan 13 2018, 11:13 AM
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QUOTE(opsmanager @ Jan 13 2018, 07:10 AM) *
As of 8:00am this morning we've accumulated approximately 4.25 inches of snow here about 30 miles south of Cleveland, Ohio...


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post Jan 13 2018, 11:17 AM
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QUOTE(RobB @ Jan 13 2018, 10:59 AM) *
Always interested in hearing observations throughout the region. Sorry that it did not turn out for ya. Hopefully the next go around for ya.


Appreciate it, glad It was a good hit for most Ohio, always hoping for snow for everyone on here !
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post Jan 13 2018, 11:21 AM
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I’m jealous for sure. Got a general 1-2 inches here. I’m still satisfied though because of that major front moving through and knocking temps down. Going from 55 at 7am to snow covered streets at 5pm. I hope to get a decent snow before the winter is over but this was a great storm.
Congrats to those who got more than 3 inches. And those winds were insane last night.


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