Updated Snowfall Totals Across Middle Georgia Wednesday


MACON, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) – The following is a list of unofficial snowfall totals taken Wednesday morning in Middle Georgia, provided by the National Weather Service in Peachtree City.

Baldwin County: 0.90 inch reported in Milledgeville.

Bibb County: 1.00 inch reported in Macon.

Bleckley County: 0.10 inch reported in Cochran.

Crawford County: 2.50 inches reported 10 miles north of Fort Valley.

Dodge County: 0.10 inch reported 1 mile south of Eastman.

Houston County: 0.30 inch reported 4 miles east/southeast of Perry.

Johnson County: 0.30 inch reported in Wrightsville.

Laurens County: 0.10 inch reported 2 miles west of Dublin.

Macon County: 0.60 inch reported 1 mile east of Ideal.

Monroe County: 2.00 inches reported 3 miles west of Bolingbroke.

Peach County: 0.50 inch reported 1 mile south of Fort Valley.

Pulaski County: 0.50 inch reported in Hawkinsville.

Twiggs County: 0.40 inch reported in Jeffersonville.

Washington County: 0.30 inch reported in Sandersville.

Wilcox County: Trace reported 3 miles west/southwest of Abbeville.

Wilkinson County: 0.10 inch reported 3 miles  east of Irwinton.

Snow totals will be updated as more reports come in. Stay with 41NBC for the latest weather headlines.

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