FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) – With 6.2″ of snow having fallen in Fort Wayne, January 25, 2023 is the snowiest January 25 on the official record book that dates back to the late 1800s.

The heavy, wet snow that started falling in the morning and tapered off from afternoon into evening left multiple inches of snow on the ground.

Here’s a list of the various snow reports that have been compiled by the National Weather Service Northern Indiana Office. Some areas may have actually seen slightly higher amounts, if snow kept falling after these initial reports were received.

8.5″ = SW Allen County
7.4″ = Garrett
7.0″ = Wallen
7.0″ = Georgetown
7.0″ = New Haven
7.0″ = Peabody
7.0″ = Van Wert, OH
6.8″ = Cuba
6.7″ = Huntington
6.7″ = Albion
6.6″ = Aboite
6.2″ = Fort Wayne International Airport
6.0″ = Cromwell
6.0″ = South Whitley
5.9″ = Woodburn
5.2″ = James Lake
5.0″ = Goblesville
5.0″ = North Webster
5.0″ = Tippecanoe Lake
5.0″ = Nevada Mills
5.0″ = Bryan, OH
5.0″ = Gas City
5.0″ = Wolcottville
5.0″ = Angola
4.9″ = Auburn
4.8″ = Kendallville
4.4″ = Columbia City
4.0″ = Dixon
4.0″ = Van Buren
4.0″ = Silver Lake
4.0″ = Rome City
4.0″ = Hudson
3.6″ = Keystone