WINTER STORM: Dayton breaks snowfall record; totals pile up around the region

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Snow Showers This Afternoon

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Record snow fell on Saturday in Dayton. 6.1 inches of snow fell in Dayton on Saturday, beating the old record set in 1964. Here are your totals from around the region:

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AUGLAIZE COUNTY:

Wapakoneta: 3 inches at 4:46 p.m. Saturday

BUTLER COUNTY:

Fairfield: 10 inches

Liberty Twp.: 7 inches

Oxford: 7 inches

CLARK COUNTY:

Springfield: 7.9 inches

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CLINTON COUNTY:

Wilmington: 9.2 inches

GREENE COUNTY:

Wright-Patterson Air Force Base: 6.5 inches

Bellbrook: 9 inches

Xenia: 8.5 inches

Beavercreek: 8.4 inches

Clifton: 7.5 inches

MIAMI COUNTY:

Troy: 7 inches

MONTGOMERY COUNTY:

Miamisburg: 9.5 inches

Centerville: 8.90 inches

Kettering: 8.5 inches

Huber Heights: 8 inches

Farmersville: 7.5 inches

Riverside: 7 inches

Dayton International Airport: 6.1 inches

Downtown Dayton: 6.1 inches

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Kettering snow measurement

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Kettering snow measurement
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Kettering snow measurement

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Credit: Jeremy Kelley/STAFF

WARREN COUNTY:

Carlisle: 8 inches at 11:56 a.m.

Clearcreek Twp.: 8.5 inches as of 12:54 pm.

Maineville:7.8 inches at 9:26 a.m.

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Snow Sunday afternoon in Clearcreek Twp. near State Route 73 and Red Lion Five Points.

Snow Sunday afternoon in Clearcreek Twp. near State Route 73 and Red Lion Five Points.
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Snow Sunday afternoon in Clearcreek Twp. near State Route 73 and Red Lion Five Points.

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Road crews working to clear streets

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