Winter Storm Saturn Snow Totals By State, Up to 3 Feet in Some Places
Winter Storm Saturn has dumped up to three feet of snow in some areas as it crosses the U.S., despite a weak showing in Washington D.C. (culminating in a canceled severe weather warning on Thursday morning).
Here's the highest snowfall totals per state, courtesy of the Weather Channel:
Montana: 36 inches near Bear Paw Ski in north-central Montana, though it was described as “low density.”
Wyoming: 2 inches near New Haven and Rockypoint.
Colorado: 14 inches in Western Colorado.
North Dakota: 18 inches at the Canadian border entry station. (Drifts of three to five feet at Grand Forks County!)
South Dakota: 5 inches in the Black Hills.
Minnesota: 13.2 inches at Bigfork in the north.
Iowa: 8.6 inches at New Hampton.
Wisconsin: 10 inches near Frenchville.
Illinois: 11.1 inches in Streator.
Michigan: 10.8 inches in Saint Joseph.
Indiana: 12 inches at Portage.
Ohio: 10 inches in Quincy and Bellefontaine.
Kentucky: 4.5 inches in Florence, south of Cincinnati.
Pennsylvania: 12 inches northeast or east of Pittsburgh.
Maryland: 14 inches at Swanson in western Maryland.
District of Columbia: 1 inch in the extreme south. (Everywhere else it melted.)
Virginia: 20.3 inches at Fishersville.
West Virginia: In the east close to the border with Virginia, 24 inches in Franklin.
North Carolina: 8 inches in western N.C. near Maggie Valley.
Tennessee: 6 inches at Townshend.
Georgia: 4 inches on Brasstown Bald in the mountains at an elevation of 2500 feet.
Alabama: Severe thunderstorms damaged Columbiana Middle School; 70-80 mph winds reported.