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Snow totals across the state

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Snow totals Wednesday morning:

Snow totals as of 9:30 am Wednesday: (Note - if you don't see your city or town listed here, please check this list.)

Bedford - 9.5 inches
Bloomfield- 10 inches
Bloomington - 12.8 inches
Brownsburg- 12.1 inches
Carmel - 9.3 inches
Castleton - 12.5 inches
Chesterton- 3.5 inches
Columbus - 7 inches
Evansville - 10 inches
Fairland - 9.1 inches
Fort Wayne- 4.2 inches
Gosport - 11.5 inches
Greenfield - 11.5 inches
Greenwood- 10 inches
Huntington- 7 inches
Indianapolis - 12.5 inches
Indianapolis International Airport - 12.5 inches
Kokomo - 6 inches
Lafayette- 5 inches
Loogootee - 7 inches
Marion - 7 inches
Martinsville - 9.5 inches
McCordsville - 8.1 inches
Medora- 7 inches and 1 inch of ice
Muncie - 12.8 inches
Newcastle - 8 inches
Peru- 6 inches
Plainfield - 11.5 inches
Plainville - 11.5 inches
Reddington(Jackson Co)- 1/2 inch of ice
Seymour- 8 inches
Spencer - 12 inches
Terre Haute - 10 inches
Williams- 10 inches
Whitestown - 7.2 inches

Check your county's travel advisory here.

Indianapolis International Airport has received 12.5 inches of snow since the storm began late Monday. This brings this year's storm into the top 10 largest snow storms on record in the Indianapolis area.

This makes it the 9th largest snow total for a storm in Indianapolis, and the 7th largest at the airport.

The last time a bigger snowstorm struck the airport was when 12.8 inches fell in January 1996. The Great Blizzard of January 1978 dumped 15.5 inches of snow on the airport. The record snowfall for the Indianapolis area is 16.1 inches set in February 1910.

Looking at the big picture, as of 8 am central and southern Indiana had received from 6 to nearly 13 inches of snow since late Monday. Snowfall totals in southern Indiana were reduced some because 1/4 to 3/4 inch of ice also fell.

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