Final Storm Summary: 0.5 to 8.0″ Across the Viewing Area

December 27th, 2012 at 3:02 pm by under Chad's WLFI Weather Blog

0.5-8.0″ fell across the area from the storm with wind gusts measured up to 45 mph.

Mesoscale banding of the snow made pretty variable localized amounts.  If you were under one of those bands for a while, you picked up much more.  Some of the heavy snow bands were only 5-8 miles wide, resulting in 3″ at one house & 6″ at another.

One particular band dumped 4.0″ from Covington to Williamsport & Attica to near West Point, Klondike & part of West Lafayette, while Shadeland & southwest Tippecanoe County received 2.5″

In Clinton County to Montgomery County, narrow band dumped 8.0″ at Crawfordsville & 8.0″ in the city of Frankfort to near Michigantown, while east of Clark’s Hill received 5.5″ & the southeast side of Frankfort to Kirklin reported around 6″.

Tipton proper reported 5.0″, but north of Atlanta, 7″ was reported, while northeast of Atlanta, spotter measured 5″.





2 Responses to “Final Storm Summary: 0.5 to 8.0″ Across the Viewing Area”

  1. Keith says:

    Count me in the pocket of nothingness in the SSW part of the county.


  2. Brandon says:

    I am about 6 miles east of crawfordsville. Hard to tell all the snow because it was blowing so hard but seems about right.

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