CLEVELAND (WJW)– The National Weather Service released snowfall totals for Monday’s storm with Madison topping the tally at 28 inches.

The snowstorm swept through Northeast Ohio Sunday evening into Monday morning. Some areas will continue to experience snow through early Tuesday morning.

Here are the NWS reports as of 9:50 p.m. Monday:

Ashtabula County

  • Monroe Center 27.2 inches
  • Saybrook 26 inches
  • Trumbull Township 25 inches
  • Ashtabula 24 inches
  • Jefferson 23 inches
  • Conneaut 18 inches
  • Rock Creek 17 inches

Cuyahoga County

  • Cleveland Heights 15.5 inches
  • Chagrin Falls 15.2 inches
  • Brooklyn Heights 15 inches
  • Lyndhurst 15 inches
  • Cleveland 15 inches
  • Mayfield 14 inches
  • Shaker Heights 13 inches
  • Strongsville 12.5 inches
  • North Royalton 12.5 inches
  • Euclid 12 inches
  • Lakewood 11.8 inches
  • Seven Hills 10.1 inches
  • Westlake 9.3 inches

Erie County

  • Huron 4 inches

Geauga County

  • South Thompson 21.2 inches
  • Montville 20.5 inches
  • South Russell 19 inches
  • Burton 17.2 inches

Lake County

  • Madison 28 inches
  • Waite Hill 23.1 inches
  • Concord 21.7 inches
  • Perry 18 inches
  • Kirtland Hills 16.3 inches
  • Mentor 16.3 inches
  • Mentor-on-the-Lake 14.5 inches
  • Willoughby 13 inches

Lorain County:

  • Elyria 7 inches

Mahoning County:

  • Austintown 13 inches
  • Canfield 12 inches
  • Youngstown 10 inches

Medina County

  • Hinckley 13.6 inches
  • Brunswick 10.2 inches
  • Lodi 7.5 inches
  • Homerville 5.5 inches

Portage County

  • Hiram 16.3 inches
  • Mogadore 12.4 inches

Richland County

  • Lexington 4.8 inches
  • Mansfield 3.5 inches

Sandusky County

  • Fremont 1.5 inches

Stark County

  • Alliance 15.5 inches
  • Canton 13 inches
  • Louisville 6.8 inches

Summit County

  • Sagamore Hills 19.3 inches
  • Boston Heights 19 inches
  • Cuyahoga Falls 17 inches
  • Fairlawn 16.5 inches
  • Bath 15.9 inches
  • Barberton 10

Wayne County

  • Creston 7.5 inches