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Wednesday snow totals

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RICHMOND, Va. (WTVR) – Our Tuesday-Wednesday Winter Storm is gone, moving into the Atlantic east of Virginia, with its wingspan of winter weather brushing New England Thursday morning with rain, snow and sleet.

Here are a selection of snowfall reports that came in from the National Weather Service, you our Facebook fans and Twitter followers, and CBS 6 viewers. Thank you all for these reports!

Almost 3 inches in Henrico, near glenside. Taken at 1215 pm by Alix Bryan 

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Here are some other reports that came to us Wednesday before the snow completely ended.

  • 20.0″   Verona & Crimora (Augusta co)
  • 19.0″   Lydia (Greene)
  • 18.5″   Rocky Bar (Rockingham)
  • 15.0″   Spottswood (Augusta)
  • 14.0″   Free Union (Albemarle)
  • 14.0″   Ida (Page)
  • 13.0”   Rockbridge county
  • 12.0″   Woodstock (Shenandoah)
  • 11.0″   Brightwood (Madison)
  • 11.0″   Stuarts Draft (Augusta)
  • 10.0″   Monticello (Albemarle)
  •   9.5″   Charlottesville
  •   6.3”   Canton (Buckingham county)
  •   6.5”   Naola (Amherst county),
  •   6.0”   Holly Grove (Louisa county)
  •   5.0”   Goochland
  •   4.0”   Moseley (Chesterfield)
  •   3.5”   Glen Allen (Henrico)
  •   3.0”   Studley (Hanover)
  •   2.5”   Ashland
  •   1.5”   Springdale (Henrico)

CLICK HERE for snowfall totals from other states impacted by this Winter Storm.

Stay with CBS 6, we’ll keep you ahead of the storm.

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