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Storm brought 1 to 4 inches of snow to QC and surrounding areas

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The National Weather Service says nearly two-and-a-half inches of snow fell in the Quad Cities, and amounts were higher in surrounding communities.

A storm brought snow to our area Sunday, December 8, 2013.

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Just as the StormTrack 8 team predicted, most locations in our area got between one and three inches of snow in Sunday’s storm.  Reports from northwest of Davenport, just west of Muscatine, just east of Port Byron and near Reynolds all were of 2.5 inches of accumulated snow.

The NWS reported 2.4 inches of snow fell at Davenport Municipal Airport and 2.3 inches were reported at Quad City International Airport in Moline.

The heaviest snow accumulation near the Quad Cities was on the Iowa side, where four inches was reported in Clinton County just southwest of Calamus.

Three inches of snow was reported in DeWitt as well as just east of Clinton.  Another reading in Clinton showed 2.7 inches of snow fell there.  Just under two inches was reported in Camanche.

Three inches was reported northwest at several locations north and west of Mt. Carroll.

Three inches of snow was the official report just northeast of Fulton, Illinois and in southwestern Rock Island County.  Sterling had a reported 2.9 inches of snow.

For more snowfall totals from the National Weather Service, click here.