2004-05 Season Snowfall Totals so far: Midwest/S Plains

2004-2005 Season Snowfall Totals so far: Midwest & S Plains

I was just curious on how much snow has fallen for the 2004-05 snow season.
Grand Rapids Michigan my town has received 51.0 inches so far.

Source: Climate Reports: 01/23/05

MIDWEST STATES:
ILLINOIS:
30.2 inches -Chicago
25.5 inches -Rockford
13.0 inches -Peoria
11.1 inches -Springfield
10.4 inches -Moline

INDIANA:
53.9 inches -South Bend
27.4 inches -Fort Waybe
22.3 inches -Evansville
22.3 inches -Indianapolis

IOWA:
15.7 inches -Mason City
14.5 inches -Waterloo
14.2 inches -Davenport
12.3 inches -Des Moines
09.7 inches -Iowa City
09.4 inches -Sioux City
07.6 inches -Cedar Rapids
06.5 inches -Burlington

KANSAS:
11.1 inches -Dodge City
08.7 inches -Concordia
07.0 inches -Goodland
05.6 inches -Topeka
02.1 inches -Wichita

MICHIGAN:
122.9 inches -Marquette
52.8 inches -Alpena
51.0 inches -Grand Rapids
50.9 inches -Muskegon
50.7 inches -Sault Ste. Marie
46.0 inches -Lansing
39.5 inches -Detroit
37.8 inches -Flint
37.4 inches -Houghton Lake

MINNESOTA:
61.7 inches -Duluth
42.1 inches -International Falls
20.8 inches -Rochester
16.0 inches -St. Cloud
12.9 inches -Chanhassen
10.6 inches -Minneapolis

MISSOURI:
09.3 inches -Columbia
08.0 inches -Kansas City
06.9 inches -Saint Louis
04.6 inches -St. Joseph
01.0 inches -Springfield

NEBRASKA:
25.5 inches -Scottsbluff
18.7 inches -Hastings
18.5 inches -Valley
16.6 inches -Omaha
16.0 inches -North Platte
15.3 inches -Grand Island
11.7 inches -Lincoln
10.1 inches -Kearney
09.4 inches -Norfolk
07.8 inches -Valentine

NORTH DAKOTA:
28.8 inches -Grand Forks
18.9 inches -Fargo
08.7 inches -Bismarck

OHIO:
67.7 inches -Cleveland
42.9 inches -Mansfield
38.6 inches -Youngstown
37.1 inches -Toledo
27.2 inches -Akron
26.2 inches -Dayton
17.5 inches -Columbus
16.3 inches -Cincinnati

SOUTH DAKOTA:
16.0 inches -Rapid City
09.5 inches -Sioux Falls
09.4 inches -Mitchell
07.3 inches -Sisseton
05.9 inches -Aberdeen
05.7 inches -Watertwon
04.8 inches -Huron
04.4 inches -Pierre
04.2 inches -Mobridge

WISCONSIN:
39.2 inches -Rhinelander
32.2 inches -Green Bay
30.4 inches -Wausau
29.2 inches -Milwaukee
23.4 inches -La Crosse
20.7 inches -Madison
18.1 inches -Eau Cliare

SOUTHERN PLAINS STATES:
OKLAHOMA:
00.3 inches -Oklahoma City
00.T inches -Tulsa

TEXAS:
19.6 inches -Amarillo
12.5 inches -Victoria
11.6 inches -Lubbock
04.4 inches -Corpus Christi
04.3 inches -Abilene
04.0 inches -Galveston
03.5 inches -Harlingen
03.5 inches -Mc Allen
02.7 inches -Childress
01.5 inches -Brownsville
01.3 inches -Wichita Falls
01.0 inches -El Paso
00.5 inches -San Angelo
00.3 inches -Dallas/Fort Worth
00.3 inches -Midland
00.T inches -Houston
00.T inches -Longview
00.T inches -Tyler
00.T inches -Waco
00.0 inches -Austin
00.0 inches -Beaumont
00.0 inches -Bryan/College Station
00.0 inches -Del Rio
00.0 inches -Lufkin
00.0 inches -San Antonio

00.T inches is actually a trace of snowfall.

Mike
 
AVERAGE SEASON SNOWFALL TOTALS

Source: NCDC

MIDWEST STATES:
ILLINOIS:
38.5 inches - Chicago,
35.2 inches -Rockford
30.7 inches -Moline
24.9 inches -Peoria
23.1 inches -Springfield

INDIANA:
70.8 inches -South Bend
32.4 inches -Fort Wayne
23.6 inches -Indainapolis
14.1 inches -Evansville

IOWA:
42.7 inches -Dubuque
33.1 inches -Des Moines
31.9 inches -Sioux City
31.9 inches -Waterloo

KANSAS:
37.7 inches -Goodland
21.7 inches -Concordia
20.7 inches -Topeka
20.3 inches -Dodge City
15.7 inches -Wichita

MICHIGAN:
141,0 inches -Marquette (City)
117.4 inches -Sault Ste. Marie
96.1 inches -Muskegon
74.4 inches -Houghton Lake
73.2 inches -Grand Rapids
48.8 inches -Lansing
44.9 inches -Flint
41.1 inches -Detroit

MINNESOTA:
80.7 inches -Dluth
65.5 inches -International Falls
49.9 inches -Minneapolis
48.9 inches -Rochester
45.1 inches -St. Cloud

MISSOURI:
22.8 inches -Columbia
19.9 inches -Kansas City
19.6 inches -Saint Louis
17.8 inches -Springfield

NEBRASKA:
41.2 inches -Scottsbluff
33.5 inches -Valentine
30.3 inches -Grand Island
29.9 inches -Norfolk
29.9 inches -North PLatte
29.9 inches -Omaha
27.8 inches -Lincoln

NORTH DAKOTA
44.3 inches -Bismarck
41.9 inches -Williston
40.8 inches -Fargo

OHIO: Opps forgot that state,

SOUTH DAKOTA:
41.2 inches -Huron
41.1 inches -Sioux Falls
39.7 inches -Rapid CIty
37.0 inches -Aberdeen

WISCONSIN:
47.7 inches -Green Bay
47.3 inches -Millwaukee
44.1 inches -Madison
43.0 inches -La Crosse

SOUTHERN PLAINS STATES:
OKLAHOMA:
10.0 inches -Tulsa
09.5 inches -Oklahoma City

TEXAS: (have to look up Lubbock)
16.4 inches -Amarillo
05.8 inches -Wichita Falls
05.3 inches -El Paso
04.6 inches -Abielene
04.6 inches -Midland
03.1 inches -San Angelo
02.6 inches -Dallas
01.4 inches -Waco
00.9 inches -Austin
00.9 inches -Del Rio
00.7 inches -San Antonio
00.4 inches -Houston
00.3 inches -Beaumont
00.3 inches -Port Arthur
00.2 inches -Galveston
00.1 inches -Victoria
00.T inches -Brownsville
00.T inches -Corpus Christi

MISCELLANEOUS STATE:
COLORADO
60.3 inches -Denver
42.4 inches -Colorado Springs
33.2 inches -Pueblo

Mike
 
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