A dog stands in the snow early Wednesday morning in Lawrenceville
Photo: Courtesy of Lauren Baker
Photo: Courtesy of Lauren Baker

How much snow did Gwinnett County get? Depends on the city.

The amount of snow that fell in Gwinnett County from Tuesday night into Wednesday morning varied across three cities, data from the National Weather Service shows.

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A measurement taken in Dacula at 4:15 a.m. showed a half inch of snow had fallen, but that total increased to 1.3 inches by 7 a.m. In Buford, the 7 a.m. total was one inch.

Lawrenceville had the most snow, with an 8 a.m. measure showing 1.4 inches had fallen. 

The snow caused multiple accidents and road closures Wednesday morning, Gwinnett County police said. No roads in the county were safe to drive on early Wednesday, according to Sgt. Jake Smith. 

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Meteorologist Brian Monahan has your Wednesday afternoon weather forecast.