Snowy Day

A light blanket of snow fell on Fort Wayne, Ind., on Wednesday, Dec. 11, with more snow forecast for the weekend.

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Getting the hang of winter again

Samuel Hoffman | The Journal Gazette
A motorist uses a coat hanger to clean snow from his car Wednesday at the University of Saint Francis. With the steady snowfall, dozens of vehicles slid off slick roadways throughout the area. Fort Wayne recorded 1.4 inches of accumulation. Today’s forecast calls for a high of 17 degrees.

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