December 26-27, 2012 Snowstorm Info

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By Ralph Fato on December 28, 2012, 9:15am Last modified: December 28, 2012, 9:19am

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Last week I wrote about how busy December is and it looks like its not over yet as another storm coming for the 29th.. http://www.wxedge.com/articles/20121222a_busy_stormy_december_2012

Image above is from NOAA of the storm as its off the coast of MA.. http://www.nnvl.noaa.gov/MediaDetail2.php?MediaID=1261&MediaTypeID=1

Map below is from Eastern Region Headquarters. Highest NWS report in CT was North Granby at 8.6". Generally 4-6" fell across Litchfield and Hartford Counties.

Highest General Snowfall Totals by State :

Ohio: 7-9”

Pennsylvania: 12-14”(northwestern)

Virginia: 4-5”(northwestern)

Maryland: 11-14”(western)

New Jersey: 5-7” (northwestern)

New York: 13-16” (western & central) 17.4” in Addison(southwest)

Connecticut: 5-7” (northwestern)

Rhode Island: 4.5”

Massachusetts: 11-13” (western) 7-9” (northern)

Vermont: 12-15” (central & northern) 21” in Woodford (southern)

New Hampshire: 7-9” (eastern)

Maine: 8-10” (southern)

West Virginia: 8-10” (northeast)

Indiana: 10-12” (south-central)

Michigan: 8-10” (eastern)

Illinoise: 12-15” (southeastern) 18.3” Albion

Missouri: 4-6” (southeastern)

Kentucky: 4-7” (western)

Tennessee: 4-6” (western)

Arkansas: 12-15” (northeastern)

Oklahoma: 6-8” (eastern)

Texas: 8-12” (northeastern)

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