The National Weather Service released the latest snowfall totals from noon Sunday (2/24) through 11am Tuesday (2/26) showing Pompey's Pillar as the county's high mark with 11.3 inches of snow.

Here are the highest snow totals from each county in our area:

Big Horn Co.
Hardin 0.6 ENE - 6.3 inches

Carbon Co.
Red Lodge 1.0 S - 8.5 inches

Carter Co.
Ekalaka 0.2 ENE - 3.2 inches

Custer Co.
Ismay 3.4 NE - 5.5 inches

Fallon Co.
Plevna 0.2 NNE - 0.7 inches

Golden Valley Co.
Ryegate 18 NNW - 11.0 inches

Musselshell Co.
Klein 0.6 S - 11.5 inches

Park Co.
Cooke City 3.0 N - 24.0 inches

Powder River Co.
Broadus 9.8 W - 4.0 inches

Rosebud Co
Forsyth 0.4 ENE - 5.5 inches

Sheridan Co.
Burgess Junction 1.3 NNW - 1.0 inch

Stillwater Co.
Fishtail 18.1 SW - 32.5 inches

Sweet Grass Co.
Melville 4.7 W - 25.2 inches

Treasure Co.
Myers 3.1 WNW - 10.0 inches

Wheatland Co.
Judith Gap - 14.0 inches

Yellowstone Co.
Pompey's Pillar 14.6 N - 11.3 inches
Huntley 3.6 ENE - 10.0 inches
Billings 1.3 SE - 6.0 inches

*Location of reports are referenced from city center. Snowfall reports from SNOTEL sites are estimated.

In western Montana, it's been reported that a 100-year-old snow record has been broken due to recent weather. The previous record, set in 1917, measured 8 inches of snow in a 24-hour period. Yesterday's record measured in at 8.6 inches of snow in a 24-hour period.

Here in Billings, with the extra snow, people are taking time to thank local snowplow drivers.