Snowfall totals for January 25, 2010

The Mid-South (primarily west TN) received another round of snowfall on January 25 as low pressure moved along the Gulf Coast and an upper-level low moved across north Mississippi during the evening hours.  Rain transitioned to snow from west to east during the mid to late afternoon hours, also ending from west to east during the late evening.  The map above shows the approximate snow amounts. Shelby County totals ranged from less than an inch downtown to near an inch across the center of the county to more than 2″ in the northeastern part of the county. Be sure to check out the previous post showing snowfall as it “disappears” from satellite imagery during the day Wednesday. The list below is provided by the NWS-Memphis.

…SNOWFALL ACCUMULATIONS FROM JANUARY 25TH THROUGH 26TH…

COUNTY…..SNOWFALL (INCHES)

IN MISSOURI…
PEMISCOT…….LESS THAN 1

IN ARKANSAS…
CRAIGHEAD……TRACE
CRITTENDEN…..LESS THAN 1
CROSS……….LESS THAN 0.5
MISSISSIPPI….1
PHILLIPS…….TRACE
POINSETT…….TRACE
ST. FRANCIS….TRACE

IN TENNESSEE…
CARROLL……..2-3
CHESTER……..3
CROCKETT…….2
DECATUR……..1-2
DYER………..1
FAYETTE……..2
HARDEMAN…….1-2
HENDERSON……2
HENRY……….2-5
LAUDERDALE…..2
MCNAIRY……..2
MADISON……..1-2
OBION……….1-2
SHELBY………1-2
TIPTON………2
WEAKLEY……..1-2

IN MISSISSIPPI…
BENTON………1
TIPPAH………LESS THAN 1

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