Wednesday brought the most snow since the 2010 "Snowmageddon."

By: KDKA-TV News Staff

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Wednesday’s snowstorm brought the highest daily snowfall totals to western Pennsylvania since the February 6, 2010 portion of “Snowmageddon.”

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That day, 9.7 inches of snow fell.

However, “Snowmageddon” lasted two days, totaling 21.9 inches between February 5-6.

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As of Thursday morning, some areas reported up to 16 inches of snow.

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Pikes Peak in Indiana County reported 16 inches of snow, and just behind it was Brush Valley in Indiana County, reporting 15 inches of snow.

The rest of the surrounding area saw double-digit inches in snowfall on Wednesday.

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McMurray in Washington County reported 10.5 inches of snow, Freeport in Armstrong County reported 10.1 inches of snow, and Butler County reported 10 inches of snow.