Snow totals climb as high as 10″ in central Iowa

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Much of central and southern Iowa received several inches of snow Tuesday afternoon through Wednesday morning. About 5-7″ of snow were reported in the Des Moines metro.

Snow Totals

– Earlham: 10.0″

– Dexter: 9.0″

– Adel: 8.6″

– Blakesburg: 8.1″

– Cambridge: 8.0″

– Dallas Center: 8.0″

– Minburn: 7.3″

– Agency: 7.0″

– Johnston: 7.0″

– Nevada: 7.0″

– Ottumwa: 7.0″

– Slater: 7.0″

– Waukee: 7.0″

– Centerville: 6.8″

– Grinnell: 6.8″

– Windsor Heights: 6.8″

– Polk City: 6.6″

– Rathbun: 6.4″

– Alleman: 6.2″

– Clive: 6.1″

– Albia: 6.0″

– Knoxville: 6.0″

– Lamoni: 6.0″

– Melcher-Dallas: 6.0″

– Pleasantville: 6.0″

– Stuart: 6.0″

– West Des Moines: 6.0″

– Zearing: 6.0″

– Chariton: 5.5″

– Prairie City: 5.5″

– Des Moines International Airport: 5.4″

– Corning: 5.1″

– Ames: 5.0″

– Indianola: 5.0″

– Oskaloosa: 5.0″

– Pella: 5.0″

– Pleasant Hill: 5.0″

– Tingley: 4.8″

– Grimes: 4.7″

– Bussey: 4.5″

– Lorimor: 4.5″

– Madrid: 4.1″

– Beaconsfield: 4.0″

– Bloomfield: 4.0″

– Creston: 4.0″

– Eldora: 4.0″

– Perry: 4.0″

– Van Meter: 4.0″

– Boone: 3.0″

– Gilbert: 3.0″

– Marshalltown: 3.0″

– Osceola: 3.0″

– Ellsworth: 2.0″

– Atlantic: 1.8″

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