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Tri-States Hit With Most Significant Snowfall of Season

The Tri-State area has received its most significant snowfall of this winter, but missed out on some of the heavier amounts that the system brought. There’s no official snowfall total the entire storm just yet, but many areas around the city of Dubuque look to have received around five inches of snow. The most recent report from the Dubuque Regional came just after midnight. The airport had gotten just more than 2.5 inches at that point. Heavier snow fell in areas to our north. Dodgeville received just shy of eight inches, while in far northeastern Iowa, Waukon took on 11 inches of accumulation. Not much additional snowfall is expected, as the snow is expected to taper off in the next couple hours. The Winter Storm Warning has now expired for the northern portion of our listening area, including Clayton County. It will be in effect until noon for Dubuque County and the rest of the area.
As far as road conditions, all of the major highways into and out of Dubuque are currently listed as “completely covered” with snow. US Highway 20 appears to clear up a bit in the western part of Dubuque County. Between Peosta and Dyersville, that highway is only considered “partially covered.”

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