McCordsville digging out after snowstorm
Around central Indiana, the town of McCordsville received one of the higher snow amounts at nearly 8 inches by Wednesday afternoon.
Nearly half a dozen snow removal drivers have been out a majority of the day, clearing the nearly 23 miles of road.
The Hancock County town says that this still isn't the highest amount of snow to fall so far this winter.
A town spokesperson says the January 6 winter storm dumped nearly 11 inches of snow.
Like many communities, McCordsville has a very limited salt supply, but does not add sand to the mix, citing environmental concerns.
If another significant snow storm hits, town leaders say they could be in danger of running out of salt and add they are exploring options to keep the supply steady for whatever the rest of the winter holds.