February 11, 2018 snowfall totals

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CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa (KCRG-TV9) -- Snow began falling just before midnight on Saturday night in parts of eastern Iowa, and continued through 6 a.m. on Sunday before moving east. Accumulations of 1-3’’ were common across the southeast two-thirds of the TV9 viewing area. Here is a list of reports:

When a number and direction go with a city name, that's how far away the report was from the city center. For example, "2 NNE Cedar Rapids" is two miles north-northeast of downtown Cedar Rapids.

LOWDEN: 2.7"
4 W MAQUOKETA: 2.5"
MAQUOKETA: 2.5"
2 N MUSCATINE: 2.5"
2 NE CEDAR RAPIDS: 2.2"
SE STANWOOD: 2.0"
WNW PARNELL: 2.0"
E SOLON: 2.0"
IOWA CITY: 2.0"
1 W MONTEZUMA: 2.0"
4 N HASKINS: 1.8"
WASHINGTON: 1.8"
3 W RICHMOND: 1.7"
3 SSW ANAMOSA: 1.6"
1 SSE CEDAR RAPIDS: 1.5"
2 SW GRINNELL: 1.5"
1 ENE ANAMOSA: 1.4"
1 NNW WILLIAMSTOWN: 1.3"
CASCADE: 1.2"
2 NNE CEDAR RAPIDS: 1.2"
CEDAR RAPIDS: 1.2"
5 W OTTUMWA : 1.2"
DUBUQUE: 1.1"
VINTON : 1.0"
EDGEWOOD: 1.0"
1 NNW EDGEWOOD: 1.0"
1 SW TRAER: 1.0"
3 N TOLEDO: 1.0"
CLUTIER: 1.0"
MANCHESTER: 0.8"
ELKADER: 0.5"
1 SSW WEST UNION: 0.5"

If your town isn't listed, it's because we don't have a report from there. If you'd like to tell us how much snow you received, you can email us at weather@kcrg.com, post on our Facebook page, or tweet at us.