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Here are the Louisville region snow totals for overnight Wednesday
The Louisville area got a couple inches, while eastern Kentucky got the brunt of the snow, with totals from 3 to 5 inches.
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More snow passed through Kentucky on Wednesday night, following a winter storm earlier in the week. Here were the total accumulations of fresh snow reported by the National Weather Service in parts of Kentucky and Southern Indiana:
- Louisville: 2.2 inches
- Lexington, Kentucky: 1.4 inches
- Fayette County, Kentucky: 2.5 inches
- Bowling Green, Kentucky: 2.9 inches
- Frankfort, Kentucky: 1.7 inches
- Casey County, Kentucky: 5 to 5.5 inches
- Elizabethtown, Kentucky: 1.4 inches
- Oldham County, Kentucky: 1.7 inches
- Georgetown, Kentucky: 1.5 inches
- Franklin County, Kentucky: 1.3 inches
- Owingsville, Kentucky: 3.8 inches
- Richmond, Kentucky: 4 inches
- Clark County, Indiana: 1 inch
- Floyd County, Indiana: 1.5 inches
Most of these reports came in overnight or by 7 a.m., said Jessica Lee, a meteorologist with the weather service. They will be updated throughout the day.
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