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NWS releases snowfall totals from first winter storm of the 2020-2021 season

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Posted at 8:10 AM, Dec 02, 2020
and last updated 2020-12-02 08:10:35-05

CLEVELAND — The National Weather Service has released its 24-hour snowfall total following Monday night’s winter storm that dumped more than a foot of snow in some places.

The totals were released late Tuesday night after a collaborative measuring effort from “highway departments, cooperative observers, Skywarn spotters and media,” the NWS said in its report.

Ashland County

  • Hayesville—6.3 inches

Ashtabula County

  • South Madison—20.7 inches
  • Orwell—19.6 inches
  • Cherry Valley—18.2 inches
  • Trumbull—16.5 inches
  • Pierport— 15.5 inches
  • Monroe Center—10.2 inches
  • Kelloggsville—10.0 inches
  • Geneva—6.0 inches
  • Edgewood— 3.6 inches
  • Ashtabula—2.8 inches

Cuyahoga County

  • Lyndhurst—22.0 inches
  • Chagrin Falls—19.9 inches
  • Shaker Heights— 18.0 inches
  • Solon— 17.6 inches
  • Seven Hills— 16.9 inches
  • Parma— 15.4 inches
  • South Euclid— 15.1 inches
  • Cleveland Heights—14.9 inches
  • North Royalton—14.6 inches
  • Westlake—14.3 inches
  • Strongsville—13.5 inches
  • Old Brooklyn— 10.5 inches
  • Euclid—3.1 inches

Erie County

  • Huron— 7.0 inches

Geauga County

  • South Thompson— 24.0 inches
  • Chardon—22 inches
  • Burton—18.0 inches
  • Montville—18.0 inches
  • South Russell— 15.7 inches
  • South Madison—13.0 inches

Lake County

  • NW Concord— 24.6 inches
  • WNW Concord—16.5 inches
  • SE Concord— 16.4 inches
  • Waite Hill— 14.3 inches
  • Painesville—12.0 inches
  • Kirtland Hills—11.7 inches
  • E Mentor— 9.5 inches
  • SSE Mentor—7.9 inches

Lorain County

  • Elyria— 14.0 inches
  • SE Elyria—12.5 inches
  • NE North Ridgeville—12.3 inches

Portage County

  • Streetsboro—8.3 inches
  • Mogadore—4.3 inches

Richland County

  • Mifflin—6.8 inches
  • Mansfield—6.3 inches

Stark County

  • Canal Fulton—5.5 inches
  • Waynesburg—4.8 inches
  • Canton—4.0 inches
  • South Alliance—inches

Summit County

  • Sagamore Hills_14.2 inches
  • Boston Heights—11.5 inches
  • Bath—10.8 inches
  • Cuyahoga Falls—8.0 inches
  • Fairlawn—6.7 inches
  • Barberton—3.0 inches

Find more information on snow totals, including the time of measurement here.