(UNDATED) - Hopefully, this was last call for the Winter of 2014. The late season storm that blasted the area on Wednesday dumped snow at nearly an inch an hour. Angola's National Weather Service observer Ed Nagle measured two-and-a-half inches of snow at 7:00am Wednesday morning. Obviously more snow fell after that measurement. That brought Angola's seasonal snowfall total to 77 inches which is more than double the amount of snow that Angola gets during a normal winter. Nagle is sure that's an all time record amount of snow for Angola dating back to 1901. The storm made for some difficult driving conditions. U.S. 20 west of I-69 came to a standstill following a two vehicle accident at about 6:30am. One person suffered minor injuries. NIPSCO reported over 33,000 customers lost power at the height of the outages. As of early afternoon, the number of outages were down to nearly 15,000. All schools throughout northeast Indiana shut down for the day. School officials threw in the sponge when the snow started to move in during the 5:00 hour.