Winter Storm Izzy lived up to expectations and dumped a lot of snow across the state on Friday, January 14th.

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A larger view of the storm that hit all of Iowa on Friday:

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Our state capital appears to have received the most snow with over 14."

SNOWFALL TOTALS REPORTED AS OF 7:30 AM 1/15:

Des Moines International Airport 14.3″
Polk City 12.9″
Ames 12.6″
Badger 12.5″
Algona 12.0″
Oskaloosa 11.5″
Ottumwa 11.5″
Urbandale 11.0″
Rockwell 10.5″
Fort Dodge 10.0″
Knoxville 9.5″
Pella 9.0″
Indianola 8.5″
Eldora 7.5″
Iowa Falls 7.0′
Waterloo 6.5"
Ossian 6"
Waukon 6"
Cedar Falls 4"
Dubuque 4"
Tripoli 4"
New Hampton 4"
Independence 3.5"
Cresco 3"
Traer 3"
Solon 2"
Cedar Rapids 1-2"

As the wind picked up Friday night, this cause significant blowing and drifting of snow, causing treacherous road conditions. weareiowa.com reported that the Iowa State Patrol responded to 78 total crashes between 5 p.m. and 9 p.m.

The below graphic is the snow depth in Iowa BEFORE the storm hit on Friday:

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This is the snow depth as of Saturday morning, January 15:

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Small Town Iowa: Bily Clocks Museum in Spillville - Photo Gallery

No photo can do "justice" to show the true beauty of these historic clocks. You have to see them in person to fully appreciate the intricacy of each piece, along with their working and moving parts. Plus, the relaxing sounds of the chimes going off or music playing. Before you make the trip to Spillville to see them for yourself, let's take a virtual trip and see the highlights of Frank and Joseph Bily's work. (Photos taken by permission)

 

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