Skip to Content

Snowfall Amounts from Sunday and an Updated Winter Total

Here’s a look at some of the snowfall totals from Sunday. The highest totals were north of Rochester while north Iowa had mainly an inch in most spots.

 

Here are some more specific totals from the National Weather Service in La Crosse, WI.

National Weather Service La Crosse WI
932 AM CST Mon Feb 11 2019
…SNOWFALL REPORTS…
Location Amount Time/Date Lat/Lon
…Iowa…
…Allamakee County…
5 NE Postville 1.1 in

…Chickasaw County…
New Hampton 2.5
Ionia 2W 1.0

…Clayton County…
Volga 1NE 2.0
Guttenberg Dam 10 2.0
Elkader 6SSW 1.8
…Fayette County…
Fayette 1.5

…Floyd County…
Charles City 1.1 in
Nora Springs 2.4 SSE 1.0

…Howard County…
Cresco 1NE 1.0 in

…Mitchell County…
Osage 1.0 in
St Ansgar 0.4 in

…Winneshiek County…
7 ENE Decorah 1.3 in

 

…Minnesota…

…Dodge County…
2 NE Kasson 3.0 in
Hayfield 1.1 in

…Fillmore County…
Mabel 1.1 in
1 W Fillmore 1.0 in
Preston 0.8 in

…Houston County…
Caledonia 1.3 in
3 W Stoddard 1.0 in
…Olmsted County…
2 NNW Rochester 3.5 in
4 ESE Douglas 3.5 in
Elgin 2SSW 3.4 in
2 S Predmore 1.8 in
Rochester Ap 2ne 1.7 in
Rochester International Airp 1.6 in

…Wabasha County…
Wabasha 4.8 in
Theilman 1SSW 4.2 in
Lake City 4.0 in
3 SW Zumbro Falls 3.5 in

…Winona County…
Minnesota City Dam 5 3.0 in
Altura 5w 2.0 in
Winona Dam 5A 2.0 in
La Crescent Dam 7 1.5 in

Rochester has a nine inch surplus to date this winter and is only 7.6 inches away from reaching the average amount for an entire winter. That could happen this week with significant snowfall expected on February 12th and a lighter amount anticipated in the 14th.

 

Ted Schmidt

Ted Schmidt is the morning and noon meteorologist at KTTC.

Skip to content