The massive winter storm that clobbered the East Coast is heading out to the Atlantic, but they’re not out of the woods just yet. Sun and rising temperatures Sunday helped in cleanup efforts, but now they’re worried about ice and flooding. So just how much snow did Indiana get from the big storm? The very southern part of the state, in places like Jasper, they saw 2 to 4 inches. In Evansville, just about one inch. The storm dumped two feet on eastern Kentucky, marking the deepest snow accumulation there in some 20 years.
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