Share

Winter Storm Quintus Snow Totals

By Alan Raymond
Published: February 17, 2014

Winter Storm Quintus developed over the Midwest on Friday, Feb. 14, and quickly zipped toward the Northeast by Saturday, Feb. 15. Snow lingered into Sunday, Feb. 16, over parts of Maine.

Here are the final snow totals from Winter Storm Quintus. Official National Weather Service observations are in bold.

Illinois 

  • 6.1" in Springfield and Peoria
  • 6" in Taylorville, Havana, and Astoria
  • 5" in Virginia, Decatur, Pekin, and Ripley

Indiana

  • 6.3" in Indianapolis
  • 6" in Rising Sun and near Liberty
  • 5.5" near Connorsville
  • 4.5" in Brooklyn and Brookville

Kentucky

  • 6" in Dry Ridge
  • 5" in California
  • 4.8" at Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky Int'l Airport near Covington
  • 4.5" in Falmouth and Owenton
  • 0.5" in Lexington and Louisville

Ohio

  • 9" near Chillicothe
  • 7.5" near Wilmington
  • 6.8" in Washington Court House
  • 2.4" in Dayton
  • 2.3" in Columbus
  • 0.3" in Cleveland

West Virginia

  • 8" near Terra Alta
  • 7" in Quinwood
  • 5" in Friars Hill
  • 3.5" in Cheat Lake

Virginia

  • 3.1" near Mustoe
  • 3.0" in Coeburn
  • 1.4" in Marion
  • 0.3" at Dulles International Airport

(MORE: Winter Storm Quintus Forecast)

North Carolina

  • 4" in Beech Mountain 
  • 2" in Valle Crucis

Maryland

  • 6" in Oakland
  • 5" in Frostburg
  • 4.5" in Eckhart Mines

Pennsylvania

  • 7" in Albrightsville and Somerset
  • 6" in Lake Harmony and Ogletown
  • 3.2" at Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Int'l Airport in Avoca
  • 3.0" in Williamsport
  • 2.6" at Harrisburg Int'l Airport in Middletown
  • 1.0" in Pittsburgh
  • 0.6" in Philadelphia

New Jersey

  • 4.9" in Highland Lakes
  • 3.8" in Cheesequake
  • 3.5" in Boonton Township
  • 3.0" in Wantage and West Milford
  • 2.7" at Newark Liberty Int'l Airport
  • 0.4" at Atlantic City Airport in Pomona

New York

  • 7.5" in East Hampton
  • 6.5" in Southampton
  • 5.5" in Montauk
  • 4.0" in Quogue, Jamesport and Greenport
  • 3.0" at LaGuardia Airport in New York City
  • 3.0" at Westhampton Beach, Selden, Montgomery and South Berne
  • 2.0" in East Moriches, Hollis Hills and Massapequa
  • 1.6" at Central Park in New York City
  • 1.5" in Levittown, Moriches, Saugerties, and Newburgh

Connecticut 

  • 5.8" in Groton, Moosup and Stonington
  • 5.5" in Old Saybrook
  • 5.1" in Quaker Hill
  • 5" in Norwich, Gales Ferry and Ledyard Center
  • 4.5" in Niantic
  • 2.0" in West Hartford
  • 1.2" at Bradley Int'l Airport in Windsor Locks

Rhode Island

  • 9.2" in Westerly
  • 8" in North Kingstown
  • 7" in Bristol and Middletown
  • 6.8" in West Warwick
  • 5.0" at T.F. Green State Airport
  • Up to 4.5" in Providence

Massachusetts 

  • 15" in Sandwich
  • 11" in Manomet
  • 10.6" in Kingston
  • 10.5" in West Yarmouth
  • 10.3" in Duxbury
  • 10" in Hyannis, Plymouth, New Bedford, Fairhaven, and Acushnet
  • 4.0" at Boston Logan International Airport
  • 3.8" at Worcester Regional Airport

New Hampshire

  • 4.5" near Pittsburg
  • 4.3" near Portsmouth*
  • 3.5" near Deerfield
  • 2.8" near Stratham* and Hollis*
  • 1.1" in Concord

Vermont

  • 5.2" near Montgomery
  • 4.2" near Averill
  • 2" in Woodford

Maine

  • 20.0" near Princeton
  • 17.7" near Southwest Harbor
  • 17.0" near Hancock
  • 16.7" in Eastport
  • 16.0" near East Mchias
  • 15.0" near Cherryfield and Sullivan
  • 14.0" in Somesfield
  • 13.0" in Machias
  • 8.0" in Bar Harbor
  • 5.2" in Caribou
  • 4.5" in Bangor
  • 4.0" in Brewer
  • 2.1" at Portland Jetport

* asterisks indicate amounts from the Community Collaborative Rain, Hail & Snow Network (CoCoRaHS)

MORE: Winter Storm Quintus

Good Samaritans help push a stranded motorist stuck in deep snow on Stefko Boulevard Thursday, Feb. 13, 2014 in Bethlehem, Pa. (AP Photo/Chris Post)


Featured Blogs

25th Anniversary of Hurricane Hugo Hitting South Carolina

By Dr. Jeff Masters
September 21, 2014

On September 21, 1989, Hurricane Hugo underwent a period of rapid intensification that made it a Category 4 storm with 135 mph winds at landfall at Sullivan's Island, South Carolina at 11:57 pm. It was the strongest hurricane on record to hit South Carolina, and the second strongest hurricane (since reliable records began in 1851) to hit the U.S. East Coast north of Florida.

Incredible Rainstorm in Southern France

By Christopher C. Burt
September 19, 2014

Torrential rainfall Tuesday through Thursday morning (September 16-18) in the Languedoc Region of southern France has resulted in flooding that has killed at least four people with two others still missing. The rainfall rates during the storm were phenomenal.

Live Blog: Tracking Hurricane Arthur as it Approaches North Carolina Coast

By Shaun Tanner
July 3, 2014

This is a live blog set up to provide the latest coverage on Hurricane Arthur as it threatens the North Carolina Coast. Check back often to see what the latest is with Arthur. The most recent updates are at the top.

Tropical Terminology

By Stu Ostro
June 30, 2014

Here is some basic, fundamental terminology related to tropical cyclones. Rather than a comprehensive and/or technical glossary, this represents the essence of the meaning & importance of some key, frequently used terms.

2013-14 - An Interesting Winter From A to Z

By Tom Niziol
May 15, 2014

It was a very interesting winter across a good part of the nation from the Rockies through the Plains to the Northeast. Let's break down the most significant winter storms on a month by month basis.

What the 5th IPCC Assessment Doesn't Include

By Angela Fritz
September 27, 2013

Melting permafrost has the potential to release an additional 1.5 trillion tons of carbon into the atmosphere, and could increase our global average temperature by 1.5°F in addition to our day-to-day human emissions. However, this effect is not included in the IPCC report issued Friday morning, which means the estimates of how Earth's climate will change are likely on the conservative side.