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Winter Storm Hercules Snowfall Totals

March 26, 2014

Winter Storm Hercules delivered a swath of snow from the Midwest to the Great Lakes and Northeast during the first few days of 2014. Below are snowfall totals produced by Hercules as of Jan. 3.

Hercules Snow Totals

Hercules Snow Totals

Hercules Snow Totals

Nebraska

  • 3.1" near Auburn in southeast Nebraska
  • 1.2" in Omaha

Kansas

  • 4.5" near Glasco
  • 2.0" in Salina
  • 1.5" in Topeka

Missouri

  • 4" in Spanish Lake
  • 3.1" in St. Louis
  • 0.5" at the Kansas City International Airport

Iowa

  • 4.7" in Fayette
  • 3.1" at the Davenport Municipal Airport
  • 2.2" at the Des Moines International Airport

Illinois

  • 18" near Gurnee
  • 13" in Evanston
  • 10.9" at O'Hare Airport

Wisconsin

  • 10.3" near Racine
  • 8.1" in Milwaukee

Indiana

  • 12" in La Porte
  • 6.1" in Indianapolis

Michigan

  • 12.1" near Stevensville
  • 11.1" at Detroit Metropolitan Airport

Ohio

  • 9.4" in Toledo
  • 4.2" in Cincinnati (CVG Int'l Airport)
  • 3.3" in Columbus

Kentucky

  • 4.3" near Francisville

Pennsylvania

  • 10.1" in Clifton Heights
  • 9" in Philadelphia
  • 7.2" in Allentown

Maryland

  • 6.5" in Columbia
  • 4.2" in Baltimore

Delaware

  • 8" in Odessa
  • 9.4" in Dover

New York

  • 22" in Greece
  • 10.9" at the Rochester International Airport
  • 7.8" in Buffalo
  • 6.4" in New York City (Central Park)

New Jersey

  • 11" in Long Branch
  • 8.5" in Newark
  • 6.5" in Atlantic City

Massachusetts

  • 23.8" in Boxford
  • 23.5" in Topsfield
  • 17.8" in Boston

Connecticut

  • 9.5" in Darien
  • 9.5" in Milford
  • 7.2" in Windsor Locks
  • 4.7" in Bridgeport

Rhode Island

  • 11" in Pawtucket
  • 8.5" in North Providence
  • 7" in Cranston

Vermont

  • 17" in Woodford
  • 11" in Pownal

New Hampshire

  • 12.2" near Newbury
  • 9.5" in Peterborough
  • 7.8" in Manchester

Maine

  • 11.6" in Portland
  • 9.3" in Gorham

MORE: Photos of Winter Storm Hercules

Hercules Satellite Image

Hercules Satellite Image

This image taken on January 3, 2014 by the Suomi NPP satellite shows the blanket of snow that stretches from the Midwest across to New England after a massive winter storm moved over the region on January 1-3, 2014. (Source: NASA/NOAA)

  • Hercules Satellite Image
  • MODIS Satellite Image Depicting Hercules' Snow
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