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Snowfall totals ranged from 1 to more than 9 inches across the region

A map of snowfall totals across the region from the winter storm of January 24 and 25.
U.S. National Weather Service in Paducah, KY
Nationbal Weather Service

Snowfall totals varied widely across the region following the winter storm that moved through Tuesday night and Wednesday morning.

The National Weather Service in Paducah reports the heaviest snow fell in the Missouri Ozarks and extreme southwestern Illinois.

Ellsinore, Missouri measured 9.4 inches, Marble Hill, Missouri checked in with 7.5 inches and Perryville, Missouri six inches.

Cape Girardeau and Carbondale both reported 4.8 inches of snow while Marion had four inches.

Paducah was on the southeastern fringe of the storm and measured just one inch of snow. That measurement was at the National Weather Service office in West Paducah... most of the city proper observed no measurable snow.

There were over 75,000 customers without power across south central and southeast Missouri at it's peak Wednesday morning. A few thousand customers in the Missouri Ozarks remain without power.

Numerous downed trees also occurred in these areas.

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