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Robert Vironet, of Fort Wayne, out for a walk Thursday in Foster Park, He walks every day and says "you just have to dress for the weather."

Button up: More snow, cold on the way

Mother Nature, this is getting old.

The National Weather Service in northern Indiana said northeast Indiana and northwest Ohio can expect to see snow later today, with wind chills in the now-familiar range of minus 15 degrees to minus 25 degrees.

Winds could gust as high as 40 mph later today, the weather service said.

The Indiana Department of Homeland Security said the snow and high winds could make travel dangerous tonight. If you must drive, it recommends taking a fully charged cellphone and some blankets in case you get stranded.

The weather service has issued a winter weather advisory until 4 p.m. Saturday.

Blowing and drifting snow are expected to become widespread tonight, it said, with new snow accumulations by late Saturday of 2 to 4 inches. For current conditions, including a local NOAA map, make our Weather page one of your favorites.

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