Snowfall Totals Vary After 2023's First Winter Storm

DES MOINES, Iowa -- Snowfall totals are varying widely as the year's first winter storm moves out of Iowa.

The National Weather Service says most of the snow came late Wednesday night and early Thursday morning. The largest amounts fell across in Northern Iowa, with eight inches of snow in Floyd, seven inches in Marble Rock, six-and-a-half inches in Charles City, and six inches in Sergeant Bluff, and Rock Valley.

In Central Iowa, Redfield sees five-and-a-half inches, four-and-a-half in Winterset, while Ames got four inches. The Des Moines metro area has anywhere from an inch on the city's south side to close to four inches in Polk City

In Eastern Iowa Waterloo is on the line for more and less snow--they've got four inches, while Cedar Rapids in reporting an inch.

This is the same storm system that dumped nearly two feet of snow on parts of Central and Western Nebraska through the day Wednesday.

CLICK HERE for Iowa State University Mesonet updated map (7:20 a.m. map below)

CLICK HERE for National Weather Service NOAA updated snow map (seen above from 6:00 a.m.)

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