IOWA — This is the first major snowstorm to impact the metro and central Iowa in 2023. The temperatures stayed at and above freezing through the night, so the snow has even been melting overnight. It is wet and heavy on trees and powerlines.

Here is a look at some of the preliminary early totals as of 11 AM:

  • Auburn 10.4″
  • Dows 10″
  • Fort Dodge 8.5″
  • Algona: 8.4″
  • Carroll: 8.0″
  • Manson 7.8″
  • Lake View 7.5″
  • Sheffield 7.0″
  • Rolfe 6.5″
  • Jefferson 6″
  • Boone 6.5″
  • Bode 6.5″
  • Iowa Falls 6.0″
  • Ackley 6.0″
  • Redfield 5.5″
  • Eldora 5.5″
  • Ames: 5.2″
  • Audubon 5″
  • Grimes 4″
  • Winterset 4.5:
  • Des Moines 4.3″
  • Johnston: 4.1″
  • Clive: 4.0″
  • Roland 4.0″
  • Polk City 3.9″
  • Nevada: 3.5″
  • Waukee: 3.3″
  • Ferguson 3.0″
  • Urbandale 2.6″
  • Monroe 1.5″
  • Sully 1.5″

Here’s a general overview of statewide totals:

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