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December 27th, 2011 Snow Totals

By · December 27, 2011 at 9:45 pm

The biggest storm of the season for much of Central Indiana was in fact, not very big at all!  The official snow total for Indianapolis was 2.3″ which bested the 0.2″ snowfall that Indianapolis got back on November 29th.  Here’s a listing of reports from the National Weather Service.

National Weather Service Storm Reports – as of 9:30 pm Tuesday, December 27th, 2011
County Location Snow Report
Delaware Muncie 4
Fulton Akron 3.9
Kosciusko 2 Sw North Webster 3.3
Allen 5 Sw Fort Wayne 3.2
Whitley Columbia City 3.1
Clinton Frankfort 3
Kosciusko 2 N North Webster 3
Madison Alexandria 3
Hendricks 1 Ne Avon 3
Marion 1 S Indianapolis Int’L 2.3
Elkhart 1 Sw Millersburg 2.1
Whitley Columbia City 2
Marion Indianapolis 1.8
St. Joseph 4 Nw South Bend 1.8
Tippecanoe 2 Nw West Lafayette 1.7
Laporte Laporte 1.6
Delaware Yorktown 1.5
Delaware Eaton 1.5
Boone Whitestown 1.5
Fountain Attica 1.5
Madison Alexandria 1.5
St. Joseph Granger 1.4
Martin 3 Sw Williams 1.3
Daviess 3 Se Odon 1.1
Howard Kokomo 1
Tippecanoe Lafayette 1
Hendricks Clayton 1
Putnam Greencastle 1
Morgan Martinsville 1
Hancock Mccordsville 1
Hamilton 4 Ne Fishers 1

The highest total was reported in Muncie with 4″ in this photo taken by Patrick Smith.  He shared the photo with the BAM Chase Team and they passed the information along to us and the NWS.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Enjoy the snow while it’s here, because temperatures warming into the 40s by Thursday will probably melt it all away!

-Chikage

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