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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...UPDATED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PEACHTREE CITY GA
1147 AM EST WED MAR 3 2010

...SNOWFALL TOTALS ACROSS NORTH GEORGIA TUESDAY...

THE FOLLOWING ARE UNOFFICIAL SNOWFALL REPORTS RECEIVED FROM
THE SNOW STORM THAT MOVED ACROSS NORTH GEORGIA ON TUESDAY
MARCH 2 2010. COUNTIES NOT LISTED RECEIVED NO MEASURABLE SNOWFALL.

COUNTY          AVERAGE SNOWFALL(INCHES)     REMARKS
BANKS                   5.0                  4.0 NORTH TO 6.0 SOUTH.
BARROW                  1.5
BARTOW                  1.0
CARROLL                 1.0                  2.0 IN TEMPLE
CATOOSA                 2.0                  4.3 IN RINGGOLD
CHATTOOGA               3.0                  6.0 NORTH TO 1.0 SOUTH.
CHEROKEE                3.5                  3.0 WEST TO 4.0 NORTHEAST AND
                                             REPORTS OF 7 INCHES IN CANTON
CLARKE                  0.5
CLAYTON                 1.1                  MOSTLY LESS THAN 1.0
COBB                    3.0
DADE                    2.0                  4.0 ON LOOKOUT/SAND MTN
DAWSON                  3.0                  5.0 NORTH PART
DEKALB                  1.0                  2.0 IN NORTH DECATUR
DOUGLAS                 1.5
FANNIN                  2.5                  4.1 AT BLUE RIDGE
FAYETTE                 0.1                  MOSTLY A TRACE
FLOYD                   1.5                  1.0 WEST TO 3.0 ROME
FORSYTH                 3.0                  6.0 NORTH TO LESS THAN 1 SOUTH
FULTON                  1.0                  1.7 IN ALPHARETTA BUT MOSTLY
                                             LESS THAN 1 INCH
GILMER                  3.5                  3 WEST TO 4 EAST
GORDON                  1.75                 1.5 WEST TO 2.0 EAST
GWINNETT                0.75                 2.0 IN LILBURN AND BUFORD
HALL                    2.75                 3 INCHES NORTH
HARALSON                2.0
JACKSON                 1.0                  1.5 NORTHWEST TO 0.5 SOUTHEAST
LUMPKIN                 4.0
MADISON                 1.25                 1.5 NORTH TO 1.0 SOUTH
MURRAY                  2.25                 3.0 NORTH TO 1.5 SOUTH
OCONEE                  0.50
OGLETHORPE              0.50
PAULDING                3.5                  4 INCHES NORTHEAST
PICKENS                 4.0                  3 SOUTH TO 8 INCHES BURNT MTN
POLK                    3.5                  4 INCHES IN CEDARTOWN
ROCKDALE                0.25                 MAXIMUM 0.5 INCH.
TOWNS                   2.5                  1.0 WEST TO 4.0 EAST
UNION                   3.0                  1.5 WEST TO 9.0 EAST
WALKER                  3.0                  UP TO 7.0 IN SOME PARTS
WHITE                   3.5                  4.0 NORTH TO 2.0 SOUTH
WHITFIELD               2.5                  LESS THAN 1.5 SOUTH TO 4.0 NORTH

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