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Evening snow totals reported

Evening snow totals received by the National Weather Service have included --Evening storm reports received by the National Weather Service have included --

  • 12.5 inches -- South of Columbia City;
  • 11.5 inches -- South-southeast of Columbia City;
  • 11.3 inches -- Bippus;
  • 11 inches -- Decatur;
  • 10 inches -- Churubusco; north-northeast of Silver Lake;
  • 9.5 inches -- North of Huntington;
  • 9.2 inches -- Tri-Lakes;
  • 9 inches -- Southwest of North Webster;
  • 8.5 inches -- West of Fort Wayne; northeast of Fort Wayne;
  • 8 inches -- Angola; southwest of Garrett; Poe; north of New Haven;
  • 7.5 inches -- LaGrange; northwest of Fort Wayne; Winona Lake; east of Hamilton; Syracuse
  • 7.1 inches -- North of Bluffton;
  • 7 inches -- East-northeast of Wallen;
  • 6.8 inches -- North-northwest of Hudson;
  • 6.7 inches -- Huntington;
  • 6.5 inches -- East of Paulding, Ohio;
  • 6.3 inches -- Larwill;
  • 6 inches -- Southeast of Winona Lake; Bryan, Ohio;
  • 5.5 inches -- Southwest of Fort Wayne; Fort Wayne International Airport;
  • 5 inches -- South of Huntington; Auburn; northeast of Warsaw;
  • 4.6 inches -- East of Warsaw;
  • 4 inches -- North of Columbia City; Huntertown;
  • 3.5 inches -- Monroeville;
  • 3.3 inches -- North of Woodburn.

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