Sat, Nov 12th Snow Event Recap
(2:45PM Thur, Nov 17th 2022) A storm system moved through the region on Friday and Saturday, Nov 11-12th. This storm system brought with an area of snow, which traversed the southern half of Illinois Saturday morning, Nov 12th. Widespread minor snowfall accumulation occurred, with a localized narrow corridor of heavier snowfall accumulation as well.
•As a storm system moved through the region, an associated area of snow traversed the southern half of Illinois Saturday morning, Nov 12th, producing widspread snowfall accumulation.
•A surprise localized heavier band of snow developed and sat over a narrow corridor across portions of Southern Illinois. This produced a locally narrow corridor of unexpected higher snowfall totals.
•Widespread snowfall totals of a dusting to 2" occurred across much of the southern half of the state, with snowfall totals upwards of 2-5" to 4-7" in the localized heavier snowfall corridor.
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