Snow totals hold true to Storm Team 27 forecast

Weather Watcher snow reports from across the Mahoning and Shenango valleys

Photo submitted by Lisa Finamore
Photo submitted by Lisa Finamore

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (WKBN) – Snow totals across the Valley ranged anywhere from 4 to 8 inches as a result of Wednesday’s early morning snow event.

A majority of the area saw 4 to 6 inches, while some localized areas — such as Salem — saw 8 inches.

Storm Team 27 broke down the snow total reports sent in:

Columbiana County

  • Salem — 8″  (Report from Annamarie Brodzinski)
  • Hanoverton — 6.5″  (Report from Allyson Graybeal)
  • East Rochester — 6″  (Report from Jim Blevins)
  • East Liverpool– 6″  (Report from NWS)
  • Columbiana — 5″  (Report from Chuck Richardson)
  • New Waterford — 4.5″  (Report from Josh Price)

Mahoning County

  • North Lima — 5″  (Report from Tyler Berry)
  • Lowellville — 5″  (Report from April Purtee)
  • Austintown — 5″  (Report from Deborah Collins)
  • New Middletown — 5″  (Report from Carmen Merolillo)
  • Petersburg — 4.5″  (Report from Karen Sutherin)
  • Brier Hill — 4.5″  (Report from Jeannie Ruiz)
  • North Jackson –4″  (Report from Sarah Case)
  • North Youngstown — 4″  (Report from Renee Butcher)

Lawrence County

  • New Castle — 6.5″  (Report from Mary Caylor)

Trumbull County

  • Hubbard — 6″  (Report from Bill C.)
  • Warren– 4″  (Report from NWS)
  • Vienna– 3.7″  (Report from NWS)
  • Newton Falls– 3″  (Report from NWS)
  • Mosquito Creek Lake– 2.5″  (Report from NWS)

Mercer County

  • New Lebanon– 6.2″  (Report from NWS)
  • Sharpsville– 5.5″  (Report from NWS)
  • Sharon– 4.2″  (Report from NWS)
  • Farrell– 4.2″  (Report from NWS)
  • Mercer– 4″  (Report from NWS)
  • West Middlesex– 3″  (Report from NWS)
Here are viewer photos taken around the Valley from Wednesday’s snow.
Wednesday night, some flurries or snow showers added a light dusting to the several inches already on the ground.
Road conditions are still very messy, with piles of snow as tall as a foot on some side roads.
Through the end of the week, expect a few more waves of snow to add at least an inch or two to these totals.

How much snow did your community get? Send in your photos and measurements to WKBN via Report It.


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