Worthington had received at least 10 inches of snow as of 7 a.m. Wednesday morning as a result of this week's storm, according to measurements recorded at the city's Wastewater Treatment Plant. A total of .3" of precipitation was measured early Tuesday morning and an estimated four inches of new snow. At 7 a.m. Wednesday, .4" of new precipitation was measured as well as an additional six inches of snow. After a much wetter than average than December that had Worthington record 15.8 inches of snow -- the normal is 8.6 inches -- January's 10 inches thus far is nine more than month's average through Jan. 4. Schools across the region have been closed for two consecutive days to extend holiday vacations further, and the snow was forecast to finally subside Wednesday afternoon.
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