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PHOTO GALLERY: Snow — again

Monday, March 14, 2011 | 9:01 p.m. CDT
Jessica Kollar waits to cross the street on Broadway on Monday afternoon.

COLUMBIA — The consistent snowfall Monday could push this season's total past Columbia's previous record. As of Monday morning the accumulation for the seasonwas 50.6 inches — Columbia's second highest total.

Heavy snowfall blankets the property of a Columbia home on Rangeline Road on Monday.
A vehicle is parked on the side of South Rock Quarry road Monday.
Rain drops cover the glass walls of a staircase in the parking garage at Fifth and Walnut streets on Monday.
Heavy snowfall limits the visibility of the skyline of the Tiger Hotel from the top of the parking garage at Fifth and Walnut Streets on Monday.
A pedestrian crosses Ninth Street on Monday afternoon. The Weather Service in St. Louis issued a winter storm warning and advised motorists to remain alert for changing road conditions.
Snow accumulates on a tree on Tenth Street Monday afternoon. The 5 inches that fell as of early this morning pushed the seasonal total to 50.6 inches — the second highest seasonal total ever recorded for Columbia.
Snow melts on Common Snowdrop flowers, a winter blooming flower that ushers in the spring. Monday's snowfall in Columbia could bring this season's snowfall to the highest ever recorded for Columbia.
Heavy snowfall limits visibility along Rangeline Road on Monday.

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Rachel Lijewski March 14, 2011 | 6:57 p.m.

Fantastic photos!

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