Snowfall totals from Dec. 26, 2012
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CINCINNATI - Here are some reported snowfall totals so far from around the Tri-State as the first major winter storm of the season pushed through the region:

Metamora, Ind: 9.5 inches

Connersville, Ind.: 8 inches

Brookville, Ind.: 7 inches

Liberty, Ind.: 6.5 inches

Trenton, Ohio: 6.5 inches

Oxford, Ohio: 6 inches

Sunman, Ind.: 5 inches

Hamilton, Ohio: 5 inches

Liberty Twp., Ohio: 4.5 inches

Maud, Ohio: 4.3 inches

Greenhills, Ohio: 4 inches

Lebanon, Ohio: 4 inches

Milan, Ind.: 4 inches

White Oak, Ohio: 3.7 inches

Cheviot: 3.3 inches

Sharonville, Ohio: 3.2 inches

Harrison, Ohio: 3 inches

Lawrenceburg, Ind.: 4.5 inches

CVG: 2.8 inches

Taylor Mill, Ky.: 2.8 inches

Fairfield, Ohio: 2.5 inches

Springdale: 2.5 inches

Blanchester, Ohio: 2.5 inches

Florence, Ky.; 2 inches

Hebron, Ky.: 2 inches

Crittenden, Ky.: 2 inches

Lunken Airport: 1.7 inches

Wilmington, Ohio: 1.5 inches

Delhi, Ohio: 1 inch

Batavia, Ohio: 1 inch

Cincinnati: 1 inch

Goshen, Ohio: 1 inch

Blue Ash, Ohio: .5 inches

 

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