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Swikar Patel | The Journal Gazette
Cameron Willson, 10, gets a faceful of snow after his sister Reese Willson, 11, not shown, hit him with a snowball Monday morning during a neighborhood snowball fight at the 2000 block of Pemberton Drive.

Snowfall, by the numbers

Fort Wayne – The National Weather Service in northern Indiana has listed snow accumulation numbers for northeast Indiana and northwest Ohio for the winter storm that began Sunday night.

This includes the highest reported accumulation in each community, as supplied by the weather service:

Indiana

Adams County

  • Decatur, 7.0 inches
  • Berne, 6.5 inches
Allen County

Huntington County

  • Bippus, 8.0 inches
  • Huntington, 7.3 inches
Kosciusko County

  • North Webster, 3.7 inches
  • Warsaw, 2.9 inches
LaGrange County

  • LaGrange, 3.8 inches
Noble County

  • Kendallville, 4.0 inches
Steuben County

  • Hudson, 1.6 inches
  • Angola, 1.0 inches
Wabash County

  • Roann, 8.5 inches
Wells County

  • Bluffton, 7.0 inches
Whitley County

  • Columbia City, 6.0 inches
Ohio

Defiance County

  • Defiance, 1.2 inches
Paulding County

  • Antwerp, 4.0 inches
Van Wert County

  • Van Wert, 6.5 inches

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