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Arkansas Snow Totals from Monday-Tuesday Storm

6 inches reported in Camden

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. - Reports continue to come in on how much snowfall Arkansas has received.

The attached photo from the National Weather Service (NWS) office in Little Rock shows snow total reports received during the past 24 hours, in its area of responsibility. 

The NWS says highest amounts were across the far north, and across the southeast. Camden came in at 6 inches, and Gamaliel reported 5 inches.

Here's a list of other totals from around the state listed on the NWS storm reports page as of 11:30 a.m. Tuesday:
Lonoke County estimated 5.0 inches with reported areas of 6.0 inches
Near Fordyce (Dallas County) measured 4.3 inches
Watson Chapel (Jefferson County) estimated 4.0 inches
Kingsland (Cleveland County) measured 4.0 inches
England (Lonoke County) measured 4.0 inches
DeWitt (Arkansas County) measured 3.5 inches
Fordyce (Dallas County) estimated 3.5 inches
Near Arkadelphia (Clark County) measured 3.0 inches
Palmyra (Lincoln County) measured 3.0 inches
Hermitage (Bradley County) estimated 3.0 inches
Malvern (Hot Spring County) estimated 3.0 inches
Blakemore (Lonoke County) estimated 3.0 inches
Ulm (Prairie County) estimated 3.0 inches
White Hall (Jefferson County) measured 3.0 inches
Hampton (Calhoun County) estimated 2.5 inches
Arkadelphia (Clark County) estimated 2.5 inches
McCrory (Woodruff County) estimated 2.0 inches
Star City (Lincoln County) measured 2.0 inches
Bryant (Saline County) estimated 2.0 inches
Near North Little Rock (Pulaski County) measured 1.6 inches
Avilla (Saline County) estimated 1.6 inches
Gurdon (Clark County) measured 1.5 inches
Jacksonville (Pulaski County) estimated 1.5 inches
Benton (Saline County) estimated 1.3 inches
Near Gibson (Pulaski County) measured 1.1 inches
Near Blue Springs (Garland County) estimated 1.0 inch


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