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Snow totals: Some areas got up to 4 inches


The following are snow totals for some areas throughout Southwest Ohio, as reported by 3:30 p.m. Jan. 25:

Hannah Corner – Beavercreek 2”

Billie Durant Hoffer – Bellefontaine 2.5”; Kathy Peck Comer – Bellfontaine 3.5”

Dave Douglas – Bellbrook 3”; Lawrence Jenkins – Bellbrook 2.5”

Peter Wine – Belmont 4” (photo)

Ryan Kaufman – Cedarville 3”

Tim Reichhart – Coldwater 2-3”

Kyra Tuey – Riverside/Huber/Dayton cusp 4”

Tina Grubb Koch – East Dayton 3”

Randy Drewery (Skywarn) – N. Dayton 3.75”

Melissa Blair – Enon 4”

Paula Morris Esterline – Brookville 4” (photo)

Tom Hicks – Eaton 1-2”

Nicole Pierce – Fairborn 4”

John E. Johnson – Famersville 1”

Kent Folkerth – Greenville 3”-4”; Thomas Fox – Darke County 4.5” (photo)

Brooke Jett – Hara 3.5” (photo)

Jeffrey Marriott – Huber Heights 4”; Tim Hart – Huber Heights 3.5”;

Michael McDaniel – New Carlisle 2.75”; Bryan Shakro- New Carlisle 4”

Sharon Belle Harrison-Ellis – Riverside 4”; Shaun Doerner – Riverside 3.5”

Joe Collins – Piqua 3”; Doug Kerrigan – Piqua 4”

Michelle Chaplin – Medway 3”

Sam Long – Oakwood 2”

Wayne Wagner – Sidney 5”; Janet Frilling Dotson – Sidney 3”

Jane Nance – Springfield 4”; Marty Howard- Springfield 3”; Chris Lough – E. Springfield 2.75”; Michelle Page – Springfield 3-4”; Matthew Sellman – Clark County 4.5”’

Jeff N Vicki Baker – St. Paris 3”; Kathy Mahan – St. Paris 3”

Dawn Miller – Troy 3”

Linda Smith – Union 4”

Jamie Steinke – Vandalia 4”

Lori Bridges Osborne - Walnut Hills/Belmont - 3”

Joshua Campbell – Wapak 2”

Brenda Beuhler- West Alexandria 2”

Michael Renshaw – Wilmington 2”

Catherine Wolken – 1.5”

Rhonda Day – Xenia 3”; Jamie Mitchell – Xenia 2.5” (photo)


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