Snowfall Totals

March 6th, 2013 at 6:26 am by under Weather

10.5″ in Fort Wayne, wow! Here are some other totals that we have:

Snowfall Totals updated 6:25 am

 


 

10 Responses to “Snowfall Totals”

  1. Robert E. Nylund says:

    We have had a total of 7.8 inches of snow on Huffman Boulevard near Tyler in northwestern Fort Wayne. Snow drifts are more than a foot!

  2. mike says:

    what happened to 5-8 then downgraded to 4-6??? I didnt know I was supposed to add them together. got 12 on the dot near Northrup high school

    1. Greg Shoup says:

      Meteorology is not an exact science. This set up like the 0z run from Monday had suggested. However, as the storm got closer the models wanted to continue their trend of taking it farther north. This was a difficult and complex system that’s for sure.

      1. Ron says:

        Been watching your forecasts for years and you have always had the most accurate forecasts around. If a storm takes a turn at the last minute there is nothing you can do. I think some of these people expect you to pick up the phone and call them if a storm suddenly goes off the predicted path at the last minute.

  3. Pen says:

    Where’s Auburn & DeKald County? Or even Nonle County??

  4. Pen says:

    Sorry. Autocorrect chgd it, DeKalb County.

  5. David says:

    This site is not accurate. Plymouth has 11 inches of snow, and its all over the news. Nappanee has more than 4 inches, im staring at it. So if I know 2 are wrong, others are probly wrong too.

    1. KevinH says:

      David, like they said forecasting exact amounts is not an exact science and never will be. Some of you people have unrealistic expectations on forecasters. How about we just go back to the way it was 50 years ago and you can just stick your head out the window and see what it is doing and then wait till the storms are over to measure to see what you got.

    2. Greg Shoup says:

      David, then you might want to call the National Weather Service because these were snowfall amounts that we posted very early this morning at about 5am. If you notice some of them had not been updated since 7pm the night before.