Thursday, February 10, 2011

Snowfall Accumulations from February 9, 2011

NWS-Memphis analysis of snowfall totals. Click for larger image.
NOAA experimental snowfall analysis for Feb. 9 snowfall. Click for larger image.
Below are the snowfall accumulations from yesterday's storm by county for the Memphis service area, as provided by NWS-Memphis.  The first map above is put together by the NWS-Memphis office based on actual snowfall totals received.  The second map is a new experimental snowfall analysis tool which also clearly shows the areas that received heavier snow.

County   Snowfall (inches)

In Missouri...
Dunklin........1-3
Pemiscot.......3-5

In Arkansas...
Clay...........3-5
Craighead......1-3
Crittenden.....2-5
cross..........2-4
Greene.........1-3
Lawrence.......2-6
Lee............7-8
Mississippi....1-3
Phillips.......M
Poinsett.......2-3
Randolph.......3-7
St. Francis....3-7

In Tennessee...
Carroll........2-4
Chester........2-3
Crockett.......1-2
Decatur........2-4
Dyer...........1
Fayette........2-4
Gibson.........1-2
Hardeman.......2-3
Hardin.........2
Haywood........2-3
Henderson......2-4
Henry..........1-3
Lake...........1-2
Lauderdale.....1-3
McNairy........2-3
Madison........2
Obion..........2-3
Shelby.........3-5
Tipton.........3
Weakley........1-2

In Mississippi...
Alcorn.........2-3
Benton.........4-5
Calhoun........M
Chickasaw......M
Coahoma........M
DeSoto.........4-6
Itawamba.......2-3
Lafayette......4-6
Lee............3
Marshall.......M
Monroe.........4
Panola.........4-5
Pontotoc.......4
Prentiss.......3
Quitman........M
Tallahatchie...5
Tate...........M
Tippah.........3-4
Tishomingo.....2-4
Tunica.........6
Union..........4
Yalobusha......M

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2 comments:

Centron said...

Awesome blog! I really enjoyed it and I really like how you explained snow ratios. Great job how you broke it down. I'll be coming back to your blog more frequently. Please visit my blog at centronsweather.blogspot.com.

MWN/Erik said...

Thanks Centron! You have done a nice job yourself. Thanks for introducing me to your blog as well. Hope you have a blessed weekend!

--Erik