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Take a ride down Illinois Road toward downtown Fort Wayne after yet another snowstorm dumped between 5 and 8 inches of snow on March 12, 2014.
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In the Southtowns on Wednesday during the second blizzard of 2014, the wind was picking up the snow, creating low visibility.
Blizzard warnings and winter storm warnings are in place for New Brunswick with as much as 40 centimetres of snow expected in some areas.
A blizzard warning has been issued for all of Western New York, except for Cattaraugus and Allegany counties, where a winter storm warning is in effect.
A wet snow forced residents of Chicago and the Midwest to once again break out shovels and slog to work along slippery roads and slow transit lines, a reality check for winter-weary residents who had just reveled in a day or so of spring-like temperatures.
That beautiful spring-like day those of you in the Midwest and Northeast have been experiencing today after a brutal winter? It's not going to last.
School districts across Ohio would get four extra calamity days because of this winter's extreme weather under a compromise struck by state lawmakers Tuesday.
As the winter storm gets closer to Central New York, the more certain forecasters are about one thing: It's going to be a mess.
With business booming, this time of year brings numerous cars off the roadways and into body shops, as vehicles fall victim to some of winter's worst: potholes and salt corrosion.
The relentless winter of 2013-14 has yet another trick up its sleeve: A potent March snowstorm is forecast to blast portions of the Midwest and Northeast tonight, Wednesday and Thursday with as much as two feet of snow.
In January, bitter cold closed the zoo for four days. Last month, a snowstorm closed the zoo for six days.
Temperatures will start off in the 40s before quickly crashing into the 20s by late afternoon.
Winter is not through with us just yet. The last full week of the season will provide several chances of snow, including the main event Wednesday to Thursday.
This winter weather caused an estimated $5 billion in damages to homes, businesses, and infrastructure nationwide -- about $2 billion more than in a typical winter.
This book cover image released by G.P. Putnam's Sons shows "Stone Cold," by C.J. Box.
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