(UNDATED) – Snowfall totals from Monday's snow storm are difficult to share.
The National Weather Service says delivering accurate snowfall amounts won't be easy, because much of the snow that fell ended up being blown around because of the winds that accompanied the front that moved through our area.
Forecasters can say between 7 and 8 inches of snow fell in St. Joseph County. LaGrange County saw between 6.5 and 8 inches of snow.
In Branch County approximately 8 inches of snow came down in the storm while in Steuben County between 6.5 and 8 inches of snow fell.
More snow is forecasted for the area over the next few days, but no where near the amount we saw Monday night.
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