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Photos: Fort Wayne digs out after storm

Virgil Hicks of Frontier Communications said it took him an hour Wednesday morning to shovel a one-lane path through the snowy sidewalk on East Berry Street. In addition to the 10 inches on the ground, plows had also thrown a snow pack on top of it. (Photo by Ellie Bogue of the News-Sentinel)
Virgil Hicks of Frontier Communications said it took him an hour Wednesday morning to shovel a one-lane path through the snowy sidewalk on East Berry Street. In addition to the 10 inches on the ground, plows had also thrown a snow pack on top of it. (Photo by Ellie Bogue of the News-Sentinel)
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Wednesday, March 06, 2013 12:58 pm
Fort Wayne residents were busy digging out from the 10 inches of snow that greeted them Wednesday morning.

Schools around the area were closed or delayed. It was the first snow day this year for FWCS. Although this was one of the deepest snowfalls the area has seen in a while, it won't last for long. Temperatures are predicted to warm up into the 40s by Saturday and climb into the 50s with rain on Sunday.

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