The storm totals keep piling up.
The National Weather Service released a new batch of snowfall totals Tuesday and they confirm this latest storm was impressive. In fact, two northern Summit County communities got buried under 19 inches of snow.
Before the first flakes fell Sunday night at the Akron-Canton Airport — the weather service's official measuring station for the region — the area was 11 inches below normal in terms of snowfall.
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"As of today, they (the Akron-Canton region) are 2.1 inches above normal for the season," the weather service noted Tuesday. "They quite literally made up for their lack of snowfall with this latest snowstorm."
And while the numbers were fairly impressive in Green, where the airport is situated, the latest list of snowfall totals from some communities throughout northern Ohio are off the proverbial weather charts.
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In northern Summit County, Sagamore Hills and Boston Heights were both buried by 19 inches of snow.
The final tallies also show how the snowfall amounts varied from just a few inches in areas farther west and south to well over a foot of snow in and around Akron.
The final tally was collected by trained weather spotters and includes a county-by-county breakdown.
How many inches of snow did Summit County get?
Sagamore Hills 19.3
Boston Heights 19
Cuyahoga Falls 17
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Craig Webb can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This article originally appeared on Akron Beacon Journal: Weather service says 19 inches of snow fell in northern Summit County