National Weather Service releases unofficial snowfall totals for Northeast Ohio

Posted at 12:39 PM, Feb 13, 2020
and last updated 2020-02-13 12:57:43-05

CLEVELAND — An overnight winter storm dumped several inches of snow across Northeast Ohio on Thursday morning. The National Weather Service has released its “unofficial” snowfall amounts taken over the last 12 hours, with the highest amounts registered in Brunswick and at the Akron-Canton Airport.

The NWS released snowfall amount totals taken by highway departments, cooperative observers, skywarn spotters and local media.

Ashtabula County
Pierpont: 4.0 inches
West Ashtabula: 2.0 inches
South Ashtabula: 2.2 inches
Conneaut: 2.0 inches

Cuyahoga County
Strongsville: 4 inches
Lyndhurst: 3.5 inches
North Royalton: 3.5 inches
Shaker Heights: 3.0 inches
Broadview Heights: 3.0 inches
Parma: 3.0 inches
Brecksville: 3.0 inches
Cleveland Hopkins International Airport: 2.6 inches
Cleveland Heights: 2.6 inches
Cleveland-Westpark: 2.3 inches
Southwest Willowick: 2.3 inches
Cleveland-Old Brooklyn: 2.0 inches
Euclid: 2.0 inches
Chagrin Falls: 1.9 inches

Erie County
Huron: 2.5 inches

Geauga County
Montville: 4.0 inches
Burton: 4.0 inches
South Russell: 3.5 inches
Chardon: 3.1 inches
Middlefield: 3.0 inches
South Madison: 3.0 inches
Chardon: 2.3 inches

Lake County
Madison: 2.8 inches
Mentor: 2.5 inches
Willoughby Hills: 2.0 inches
Concord: 1.7 inches
North Madison: 1.0 inches

Lorain County
Columbia Station: 2.3 inches
Elyria: 1.4 inches

Medina County
Brunswick: 4.1 inches
Hinckley: 3.2 inches
Lodi: 3.2 inches

Portage County
Hiram: 3.0 inches

Richland County
Shelby: 2.8 inches
Mansfield Lahm Airport: 2.0 inches
Mifflin: 1.0 inches

Summit County
Akron Canton Airport: 4.1 inches
Bath: 3.1 inches
Boston Heights: 2.5 inches
Fairlawn: 2.2 inches
Barberton: 2.0 inches
Sagamore Hills: 2.0 inches
Tallmadge: 1.8 inches
Fairlawn: 1.8 inches

Stark County
Alliance: 2.5 inches
East Canton: 2.5 inches
North Canton: 2.0 inches
Waynesburg: 0.5 inches

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