March 1st - 3rd, 2013 Light Snowfall Event

  
...A Prolonged Light Snow Impacts the Tennessee Valley...

A weak upper level system combined with low level moisture to bring a prolonged period of light snow to the Tennessee Valley Friday afternoon through Sunday morning, March 3rd. Due to the fairly warm ground temperatures and the light nature of the snowfall, much of the snow melted as it fell across the region. However, a few locations received measurable snowfall during the period. Here are some of the total snowfall accumulations over the past 24 hours based on COCORAHS and cooperative observation reports.

 

Station County Totals Snowfall (Inches)

 Princeton 3.6 NW

 Jackson, AL

1.5

 Huntland 0.9 NNW

 Franklin, TN

 1.0 

Winchester 0.5 W 

 Franklin, TN

1.0

Winchester COOP

 Franklin, TN

1.0

Fayetteville 7.3 SW 

 Lincoln, TN

 0.9 

Ardmore 4.5 S 

 Limestone, AL

 0.8 

Lacey's Spring 3.4 SSW 

 Morgan, AL

0.5 

Fayetteville 7.9 WNW 

 Lincoln, TN

0.5 

Somerville 2.0 SE 

 Morgan, AL

0.2 

Fayetteville 5.8 WSW 

 Lincon, TN

0.1 

Fayetteville 6.1 NNW 

 Lincoln, TN

 Trace 

Fayetteville 8.6 SSW 

 Lincoln, TN

Trace

Hollytree COOP 

 Jackson, AL

Trace 

 Madison 2N

 Madison, AL

Trace 

West Point COOP 

 Cullman, AL

Trace 

 New Market COOP

 Madison, AL

Trace 

8 WSW of Fayetteville 

 Lincoln, TN

Trace 

Ider COOP 

 Dekalb, AL

Trace 


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