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Snow & ice totals Jan. 17-18

The latest winter storm system moved through eastern Iowa, bringing heavy snow, a little sleet and freezing rain. This caused major travel issues starting Friday afternoon. Click here for an updated snowfall map from the Iowa State University Environmental Mesonet.

TownAmountReported Ice
Waterloo3.4
Dubuque3.4
Cedar Rapids4.50.1
Iowa City4.3
Ainsworth 7.4 N4.0
Anamosa4.6
Belle Plaine3.0
Bellevue LD 12, IA5.0
Bertran4.1
Cascade3.8
Cassville, WI3.0
Cedar Falls3.6
Cedar Rapids4.3
CHARLES CITY, IA4.0
CLUTIER, IA3.5
COGGON, IA5.0
CRESCO 1NE, IA3.8
Decorah 7.9 ENE3.2
Dorchester4.0
Dubuque #3, IA3.4
Dubuque L&D 11, IA4.5
Durant2.5
ELKADER 6SSW, IA3.7
Fairfax 4.0 NW3.9
FAYETTE, IA3.0
GRUNDY CENTER, IA4.2
Guttenberg3.8
GUTTENBERG L & D 10, IA5.0
HAMPTON, IA3.0
Hawkeye4.0
Hiawatha3.90.15
Iowa Falls4.5
Lowden5.50.1
MAQUOKETA 4 W, IA3.5
Marango3.5
Marble Rock4.5
Marion4.0
Monticello3.5
Mount Auburn 2.2 NNW3.0
Mount Vernon4.5
New Hampton 0.3 NNW3.0
New Hampton 0.4 SW2.8
Nora Springs 2.4 SSE3.5
North English5.0
Osborne3.7
Parnell 0.1 SSW2.50.2
Prairie du Chien, WI4.0
Rockford3.5
Rudd2.5
Sigourney, IA1.7
Solon 0.3 ESE4.0
STANLEY 4 W, IA4.0
Stanwood4.0
TOLEDO 3 N, IA3.0
TRAER, IA4.0
TRIPOLI, IA3.5
VINTON, IA3.5
VOLGA 1NE, IA4.7
WASHINGTON, IA2.3
Wellman 4.0 E3.3
Williamsburg4.5

Kyle Kiel

Meteorologist

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