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Preliminary snow totals from across the Pine Belt

The National Weather Service in Jackson continues to collect snow totals from around the area. (Photo source: WDAM viewer) The National Weather Service in Jackson continues to collect snow totals from around the area. (Photo source: WDAM viewer)
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While the National Weather Service in Jackson continues to collect snow totals from around the area, here are some preliminary numbers from the counties that have reported in numbers:

Clarke County: Shubuta- 1.5 inches, Quitman- 1.3 inches, Archusa Creek- 1.2 inches

Covington County: Collins- 1.8 inches, Dry Creek- 0.8 inches

Forrest County: Hattiesburg- 1.8 inches, Carnes- 1.5 inches

Jefferson Davis County: Prentiss- 0.8 inches

Jones County: Eastabuchie- 1.6 inches, Ellisville- o.8 inches

Lamar County: Oloh- 2.3 inches, Oak Grove- 1.8 inches, Sumrall- 1.8 inches

Lawrence County: Monticello- 0.8 inches

Marion County: Columbia- 1.4 inches

Simpson County- New Hebron- 1.5 inches, Puckett- 1.0 inches, Magee- 0.5 inches, Mendenhall- 0.5 inches

Smith County- Mize- 0.5 inches

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