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      Snow totals top a foot in the Tri-State area

      Macomb snow at 10 a.m.


      More than a foot of snow continues to blanket parts of the Tri-States.


      Snow began falling around 10:30 p.m. Saturday and continued into Sunday night.


      Click

      here

      for the latest updates from National Weather Service.


      Below are the latest snowfall totals, submitted by area residents:




      Illinois



      Adams County: 7 to 10 inches


      Brown County: 7.5 to 12 inches


      Cass County: 10+ inches


      Hancock County: 6 inches


      Henderson County: 4 inches


      McDonough County: 4 to 7 inches


      Morgan County: 11 inches


      Pike County: 9 to 12 inches


      Scott County: 11 inches


      Schuyler County: 11 inches




      Missouri



      Audrain County:


      Clark County: 5 to 7 inches


      Knox County:


      Lewis County: 5 inches


      Marion County: 5 to 9 inches


      Monroe County: 6 to 7 inches


      Pike County: 10 to 13.5 inches


      Ralls County: 7 to 10 inches


      Scotland County:


      Shelby County:




      Iowa



      Lee County: 2 to 5.5 inches




      Road conditions



      Sunday's snowstorm left dozens of Missouri motorists stranded along the 61 corridor. The Missouri Department of Transportation hit the streets late Saturday night in preparation for the weather. Kirk Youngblood, with MoDOT, says this snow wasn't as concerning as previous storms. He says because the snow is wet and the pavement temperatures were relatively high, the snow didn't stick to the road. For more information and updated road conditions in Missouri, go to

      www.modot.org

      . Click

      here

      for Illinois and

      here

      for Iowa.


      With temperatures near or just above freezing, the storm produced so-called "heart attack snow" that is very wet and difficult to shovel. Blustery winds with gusts around 30 mph and the potential for thundersnow lead to faster accumulations.


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      . You'll find a National Weather Service Interactive Map, radar, forecasts, updated weather graphics and more!

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