Snowfall reports from January 22-23, 2019

Observed snowfall amounts from January 22-23, 2019.
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CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa (KCRG) - Snow from Tuesday into Wednesday morning brought widespread snowfall amounts of three to six inches to areas near and south of Highway 20, including a handful of locally higher amounts. North of there, snowfall was less.

Below are the snowfall reports received by the National Weather Service between 7 a.m. and 1 p.m. Wednesday, sorted by county. For locations that are marked with a number and direction, such as “4 NE,” that’s about how many miles away from the city center the report came from. For example, “4 NE Cedar Rapids” means that the report came from about four miles northeast of downtown Cedar Rapids. You may see numbers jump a bit over a short distance – that may be because of actual differences in snowfall amounts, but the snowfall may have been reported a few hours apart.

If a location isn't listed, it's because the National Weather Service didn't get a report from there.

Allamakee
6 NE Postville: 2.6”

Benton
1 E Vinton: 4.0”
Belle Plaine: 5.0”

Black Hawk
2 W Cedar Falls: 3.0”
Cedar Falls: 4.7”
Waterloo Regional Airport: 4.8”

Bremer
Tripoli: 2.4”
3 NE Janesville: 4.0”

Buchanan
Stanley: 4.1”

Butler
1 WNW Parkersburg: 6.0”

Cedar
Durant: 5.0”
Stanwood: 5.5”
Lowden: 6.6”

Chickasaw
2 SSE Bassett: 1.0”
New Hampton: 1.0”

Clayton
1 SSW Osborne: 3.1”
Strawberry Point: 3.7”

Crawford, Wis.
1 S De Soto: 2.0”
1 WNW Mount Zion: 2.0”
3 SSE Steuben: 2.4”
5 NW Eastman: 3.0”
1 NNE Prairie du Chien: 3.2”
Gays Mills: 3.5”
3 NE Mount Zion: 4.0”
Prairie du Chien: 4.6”

Davis
3 SSW Bloomfield: 4.0”
1 WSW Floris: 5.5”

Delaware
1 SSE Manchester: 3.8”
Hopkinton: 6.3”

Dubuque
2 ENE Asbury: 4.0”
Dubuque: 4.0”
Dubuque Regional Airport: 5.2”
2 SE Asbury: 5.5”
1 N Dubuque: 6.0”

Fayette
1 NW Fayette: 2.0”

Floyd
1 SSE Charles City: 0.5”

Grant, Wis.
Muscoda: 3.7”
Cuba City: 3.8”
5 E Mount Hope: 5.0”
4 WSW Lancaster: 6.2”
Lancaster: 7.0”

Grundy
1 E Grundy Center: 5.5”

Hardin
1 ENE Eldora: 4.0”

Henry
1 ENE Kewanee: 1.8”
1 S Salem: 2.0”
New London: 3.9”
Mount Pleasant: 4.0”
2 NNW Oakland Mills: 4.9”
2 NNW Warner: 5.0”

Howard
2 NE Cresco: 1.2”

Iowa
1 E North English: 4.5”
Williamsburg: 5.5”

Jackson
Maquoketa: 4.0”
WNW Maquoketa: 4.0”
2 SW Saint Donatus: 5.5”
Bellevue: 7.0”

Jefferson
2 NNE Fairfield: 5.0”
1 SW Perlee: 7.0”

Jo Daviess, Ill.
Galena: 5.0”
1 E Galena Territory: 5.1”

Johnson
1 S Iowa City: 4.0”
Windham: 4.3”
1 ESE North Liberty: 4.5”
University Heights: 4.5”
Morse: 4.7”
2 NNW North Liberty: 4.8”
2 NNW Williamstown: 5.0”
Solon: 5.0”
1 SW University Heights: 5.4”
1 W Cou Falls: 5.5”
Solon: 5.5”
4 S Lone Tree: 7.0”

Jones
3 SW Center Junction: 4.3”
1 NNW Monticello Airport: 5.0”
2 NNE Stone City: 5.5”
1 NNW Monticello: 6.5”

Keokuk
Keota: 7.3”

Linn
2 SSE Hiawatha: 3.8”
1 NNW Center Point: 4.3”
1 SW Hiawatha: 4.4”
1 ENE Mount Vernon: 4.5”
2 W Cedar Rapids: 4.6”
Bertram: 4.7”
2 WSW Cedar Rapids: 5.0”
1 NE Mount Vernon: 5.0”
2 NW Marion: 5.0”
2 NNW Marion: 5.0”
4 NNW Ely: 5.0”
4 NNW Lafayette: 5.0”
Cedar Rapids: 5.0”
2 NNW Cedar Rapids: 5.4”
Hiawatha: 5.5”
1 NE Cedar Rapids: 5.6”
2 W Marion: 6.1”

Louisa
Letts: 6.1”

Mahaska
1 NW Oskaloosa: 5.0”

Marshall
2 NNW Marshalltown: 3.0”

Muscatine
4 NNE Muscatine: 5.0”
2 N Muscatine: 5.5”
2 NNW Muscatine: 5.8”
Muscatine: 7.2”

Poweshiek
2 SW Grinnell: 6.8”

Tama
1 SE Garwin: 2.4”
3 N Toledo: 3.0”
1 SW Traer: 3.0”
3 N Dysart: 3.7”

Wapello
1 SSW Ottumwa: 7.0”
2 NE Ottumwa: 7.0”
2 WNW Agency: 7.0”

Washington
1 W Washington Airport: 7.0”

Winneshiek
8 ENE Decorah: 1.6”