Friday night's snowstorm biggest since Dec. 22, 2004

In many places, the Jan. 29-30 snowstorm was the biggest since the infamous pre-Christmas snowstorm in 2004.

  • The preliminary snowfall total at the National Weather Service office in Paducah was 4.7 inches, making this the biggest single-event snowfall since Dec., 2004. The second highest snow total since then is now 3.6 inches on Feb. 18, 2006. The 14.2 inches on Dec. 22-23, 2004 stands as the record at Paducah. 
  • At Evansville, the preliminary total for Jan. 29-30 is 6.0 inches. This is the largest snowfall there since Dec. 22-23, 2004, when the record of 22.3 inches was set.

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