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Central Indiana Snow Totals

By · February 6, 2010 at 9:06 am

Wow!  We really picked up some good snow totals across Central Indiana, with the heaviest falling in east central Indiana.

Here’s where we ended up:

Economy:  12″

Portion of Wayne County:  10″

Muncie:  9.5″

Rushville:  9″

New Whiteland:  8.5″

Frankfort:  8″ (5′ snow drifts)

Atlanta:  7″

Noblesville:  7″

Franklin:  6.5″

National Weather Service Indianapolis: 6.1″ (record snowfall Friday)

Seymour:  6.0″

Avon:  5.8″

Jamestown:  5.5″

9 Comments

1

Nicole , we live in Greenfield we got 7.2 inches of snow. We enjoy your station . Thanks Bobbi & Art

2

I live just on the eastside of greenfield and have about 7 inches of snow with 3 to 4 foot drifts. The winds are still very strong.

3

Can’t wait til the next storm on monday late. Love snow

4

Such totals would threaten all-time snow records in Washington and Baltimore. Baltimore’s biggest snowstorm to date is the 28.2 inches that fell Feb

5

GOOD AFTERNOON. I LIVE IN THE SOUTH SIDE OF RICHMOND INDIANA, AND WE HAVE A TOTAL OF 14.8 INCHES OF SNOW. ITS ABOUT TIME. THANKS

6

Hi I love your channel, We live in Winchester,I think we got a little over 10″ in town, the drifts are the worst part though

7

I live just south of Greencastle. Even though no one ever wants to report on towns west of Indy, I believe we got abot 4″ and that’s all.

8

Tonia,

Thanks for your report! Please send them in whenever you can!

9

Wondering what the totalsnowfall amount for Muncie this 2012-13 season.

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