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Fire Weather Threat Continues in California; Wintry Conditions in Northern Rockies, Great Lakes & Northeast

Gusty winds and low humidity will again result in elevated to critical fire weather conditions across portions of California through the weekend. Meanwhile, a cold front will bring rain and high elevation snowfall to the northern Rockies and Pacific Northwest. Areas of snow and seasonably chilly temperatures will also persist near the Great Lakes and parts of the Northeast. Read More >

Storm Total Snowfall

for February 24-25, 2001

Map of snowfall for February 24-25, 2001

STORM SNOWFALL TOTALS IN INCHES, FOR FEBRUARY 24-25, 2001.
SOUTH DAKOTA:
ACADEMY         14.0
ALEXANDRIA       6.0
ALPENA          10.0
ARLINGTON       12.0
COLMAN           8.0
DE SMET          9.0
GREGORY         10.0
HOWARD           8.0
HUMBOLT         5 TO 6
LESTERVILLE      3.0
MONROE           7.0
PLANKINTON       8.0
STICKNEY         6.0
WALDNER 8N       8.0
WHITE LAKE       6.0
WOONSOCKET      6 TO 8
MADISON         12.0
BONESTEEL       10.0
LAKE ANDES     8 TO 10
HURON            8.1
BROOKINGS       8 TO 9
PICKSTOWN        7.5
MITCHELL         7.0
CHAMBERLAIN      7.0
ASTORIA          7.0
FLANDREAU        6.5
SALEM            6.0
COLTON           5.3
MENNO           4 TO 6 
SIOUX FALLS      4.4
YANKTON          3.0
MINNESOTA:
IVANHOE        8 TO 9
MARSHALL         7.0 
SLAYTON        6 TO 8
WILMONT        6 TO 7
TYLER            6.0
LUVERNE        3 TO 4
WORTHINGTON    2 TO 3
WINDOM         2 TO 3
JACKSON        1 TO 2
IOWA:
SPENCER          2.5
SPIRIT LAKE      2.0
EVERLY           2.0
GALVA            2.0
SIBLEY           1.8
OCHEYDAN         1.0
PETERSON         1.0
SIOUX CITY       0.7
HOLSTEIN         0.5
AKRON            0.3
NEBRASKA:
NEWCASTLE        1.0
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