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By the numbers: The National Weather Service releases snowfall totals for cities across the area

Posted: 11:44 AM, Nov 12, 2019
Updated: 2019-11-12 11:44:39-05
Snowfall totals in Parma

CLEVELAND — On Monday night into Tuesday morning, snow covered streets, cars and yards as Northeast Ohio received its first significant snowfall of the year.

The National Weather Service released snowfall reports from the last 12 hours for cities across the area.

Cleveland Hopkins International Airport received 2 inches of snowfall.

Ashtabula County:

Ashtabula: 3 inches
Conneaut: 3.5 inches
Kelloggsville: 6 inches

Cuyahoga County
North Royalton: 4 inches
Seven Hills: 3.8 inches
Parma: 2.5 inches
Strongsville: 4.5 inches
Brecksville: 5 inches
Broadview Heights: 5.5 inches
Shaker Heights: 2.5 inches
Cleveland Heights: 2.3 inches
Beachwood: 3.8 inches

Geauga County
Chardon: 4.8 inches
Burton: 4 inches

Lorain County
North Ridgeville: 5.5 inches
Elyria: 3.3. inches

Lake County

Willoughby: 2.4 inches
Eastlake: 2.2 inches
Madison: 3.2 inches
Painesville: 6.5 inches

Medina County
Brunswick: 4.4 inches
Medina: 5.5 inches

Portage County
Kent: 3.4 inches
Mantua: 4.5 inches

Summit County
Fairlawn: 2 inches
Cuyahoga Falls: 2 inches
Stow: 4.3 inches
Munroe Falls: 3 inches

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