UPDATED POST: Monday, March 13, 2017, 3:27 p.m.
Here are some more snow totals:
7.0″ Lowden (IA); 6.9″ Davenport (IA); 6.9″ Anamosa (IA); 5.8″ Colona (IL); 5.1″ North Liberty (IA);4.8″ Moline (IL); 4.5″ Warner (IL); 4.5″ Park View (IA); 4.5″ Clinton (IA); 4.2″ Morrison (IL); 4.2″ Iowa City (IA); 4.0″ Charlotte (IA); 4.0″ Mount Carroll (IL); 3.5″ Clinton (IA); 3.4″ Walcott (IA); and 3.8″ Muscatine (IA).
At my house in Moline, I’m up to 5″.
ORIGINAL POST: Monday, March 13, 2017, 8:13 a.m.
It took more than three months, but the Mississippi and Illinois Valleys experienced the second biggest snow of the season Sunday night and Monday.
Snowfall amounts, as of 7 a.m. Monday, ranged from around 2-6″ and when all is said and done, the final totals will be around 3-7″.
As is always the case, there could be an isolated higher total.
The snow will wind down later today and end by early tonight.
Sunshine returns Tuesday and Wednesday, but it turns rather cold.
By Wednesday morning, we’ll be waking up to lows in the single digits.
Warmer weather is on the way later this week and this weekend with 40s and 50s.