Snowfall reports from January 27-28, 2019

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CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa (KCRG) - A fast-moving weather system brought snow to much of eastern Iowa Sunday afternoon through Monday morning. Amounts were generally two to six inches, lowest in southern Iowa and highest in northern Iowa.

Below are the snowfall reports received by the National Weather Service between 3 a.m. and 11 a.m. Monday, 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.

Allamakee
6 WNW Waukon: 5.2"
2 S Waterville: 6.0"

Benton
1 E Vinton: 3.0”

Black Hawk
1 SSE Waterloo: 3.2"

Buchanan
Independence: 4.5"

Bremer
1 N Tripoli: 3.4"
4 NW Denver: 4.0"
Denver: 4.0"

Cedar
Durant: 3.0”
Stanwood: 3.0”
Lowden: 4.2”

Chickasaw
2 SSE Bassett: 6.0"
New Hampton: 6.0"

Clayton
1 SSW Osborne: 3.4”
Strawberry Point: 3.5"
1 ESE Guttenberg: 4.0"
1 ENE Volga: 5.8”

Crawford, Wis.
1 NNE Prairie du Chien: 3.4"

Delaware
Hopkinton: 3.0"

Dubuque
1 NW Dubuque Regional Airport: 5.5”
Cascade: 4.0”

Fayette
1 NW Fayette: 5.0”
4 NNW Hawkeye: 6.0"

Floyd
Marble Rock: 4.7”
1 SSE Charles City: 4.5”

Franklin
1 N Hampton: 4.0"

Grant, Wis.
Cuba City: 3.0"
1 W Platteville: 4.5”
4 WSW Lancaster: 5.0"
Sinsinawa: 5.0"

Grundy
1 NE Grundy Center: 3.5"

Hardin
1 NE Iowa Falls: 2.5"

Henry
1 WNW Mount Pleasant: 1.5”

Howard
Elma: 5.8"
2 NE Cresco: 6.5"

Iowa
Williamsburg: 1.5"
Parnell: 1.8”

Jackson
1 WNW Maquoketa: 4.0”
2 W Maquoketa: 3.0”

Jo Daviess, Ill.
2 SE Galena Territory: 4.1”

Johnson
2 NNW Williamstown: 1.5"
2 NNW North Liberty: 1.7"
1 SW University Heights: 2.4"
1 N Oakdale: 3.0"
1 ESE North Liberty: 3.5”

Jones
2 ESE Fairview: 4.0"
Wyoming: 4.0"

Linn
2 SSW Hiawatha: 2.0"
2 NW Marion: 2.0"
3 NNE Cedar Rapids: 2.3”
Coggon: 2.4”
1 SW Hiawatha: 2.5"
2 W Cedar Rapids: 2.7"
Marion: 2.7"
1 ENE Mount Vernon: 3.0"
2 W Marion: 3.1"
Springville: 3.5"

Marshall
3 N Marshalltown: 2.0"

Muscatine
2 N Muscatine: 2.5"

Poweshiek
2 WSW Grinnell: 3.0"
Grinnell: 3.0"

Tama
4 N Toledo: 2.0"
Traer: 3.0"
1 NE Garwin: 3.2"

Washington
3 W Richmond: 0.8"
Washington: 1.0"
Kalona: 2.0"
1 SE Washington: 2.0”
3 W West Chester: 2.1"

Winneshiek
1 E Decorah: 6.0”
8 ENE Decorah: 6.3"