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Snowfall totals from Wednesday's winter storm

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CINCINNATI - The Tri-State got a blast of snow Wednesday and some parts of the Tri-State saw between 1 inch and more than 3 inches.

Below is a list of snowfall totals from the region:

SNOWFALL TOTALS:

Withamsville, OH: 3.5"

Cherry Grove, OH: 2.5"

Springvale, OH: 2.5"

Milan, IN: 2.5"

Friendship, IN: 2.5"

Summerside, OH: 2.5"

CVG: 2.4"

Batavia, OH: 2.4"

Florence, KY: 2"

Francisville, OH: 2"

Delhi Township: 2"

Wilmington, OH: 1.8"

Cheviot, OH: 1.5"

Ogden, OH: 1.5"

Dent, OH: 1.5"

Maineville, OH: 1.2"

Napoleon, KY: 1"

Wetherington, OH: 1"

Lebanon, OH: 1"

Maud, OH: 1"

Mason, OH: .8"

Maustown: OH: .6"

 

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For a look at some of the photos we've gotten already, go to www.wcpo.com/gallery/news/news_photo_gallery/snow-falls-in-the-tri-state-on-feb-13-2013 /

 

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