Wednesday, February 27, 2013

Tuesday Night Snow Totals

Many snow lovers across Ohio were disappointed in this storm, while locations in Michigan hit the 'snow jackpot' from this late February storm.

Here are the official snow reports from the National Weather Service:

0700 AM     SNOW             ENE LITCHFIELD          42.04N  84.76W
02/27/2013  M5.1 INCH        HILLSDALE          MI   COCORAHS
0700 AM     HEAVY SNOW       6 ENE JONESVILLE        42.02N  84.55W
02/27/2013  M7.0 INCH        HILLSDALE          MI   COCORAHS

0800 AM     SNOW             MONROE                  41.92N 83.39W
02/27/2013  M0.8 INCH        MONROE             MI   CO-OP OBSERVER

0800 AM     SNOW             TIPTON                  42.02N 84.06W
02/27/2013  M6.0 INCH        LENAWEE            MI   CO-OP OBSERVER
   SYLVANIA 2SE           1.5   806 PM  2/26  SNOW SPOTTER


We continue to track light rain and snow this morning that will continue into the evening hours. A few heavy bands may drop visibilities and put a new slush on roadways, but widespread travel issues are not expected. Temperatures continue to hover a few degrees above freezing aiding in snow melt on contact and mainly wet road conditions.

Our rain and snow making system finally exits the Great Lakes on Thursday with chilly air moving in as we go into the weekend.