I waited a little while to write this summary for the simple reason of measurments. First, it was hard for me to measure the snowfall amounts, and second apparently it was for everyone else too. There weren't many spotter reports that came in to the NWS for this storm, which made giving final totals pretty difficult.
From the best of what I've seen, here were some storm totals (without map):
Miami Valley: 1.5"
As you can tell, numbers were all over the board. There was no defined area where heavier snow occured. It honestly was spotty, it just depended on where heavy bands setup.
That being said, with my best estimate it appears we got 2.0" inches of snow here in Circleville.
But I feel like it's safe to say that it wasn't the amount of snow in this storm that mattered. When the snow started, temperatures dropped rapidly. We had what is known as a flash freeze, where the rain soaked roads instantly dropped below freezing and a thin layer of ice sat under newly fallen snow.
Also, snow was blown. With 30mph wind gusts, snow would blow across newly plowed streets, and salt became relatively inaffective.
It was a calm storm for the most part, and nothing Central Ohioans couldn't take. Now we're ready for the next one.
Winter Weather Advisories- 1
Winter Storm Warnings- 0
Ice Storm Warnings- 0
Blizzard Warnings- 0
Freezing Rain Advisories- 0
Winter Storm Watches- 0
Wind Chill Advisories- 0
Wind Chill Warnings- 0
Blowing Snow Advisory- 0
November: 0" (Predicted: 0")
December: 0" (Predicted: 0")
January: 3": (Predicted: 2")