As the third major snowstorm in less than two weeks pummeled the region, officials and ordinary citizens alike faced the same conundrum: Where to put it all?
By Monday night, 12 to 18 additional inches of snow could fall on a large swath of southern New England.
A New York state community is paying it forward after a man shoveled out strangers for free.
Sunshine and the work of road crews has improved the condition of many streets.
Whitley County started the program back in November and about two dozen volunteers have signed up to help.
Officials warn motorists that secondary streets and rural roads could still be slick from snow and ice.
Frigid temperatures descended on the northern tier of the country, and while it’s not the coldest weather of the season, the biting chill followed a powerful snowstorm from the Midwest into the Northeast.
The handlers of Pennsylvania’s most famous groundhog, Punxsutawney Phil, said the furry rodent has forecast six more weeks of winter.
The man was found walking down the highway during a snowstorm Sunday and his stroll was captured on video.
The flights out of Fort Wayne are among the hundreds canceled following the winter storms in the Midwest and Northeast.
NewsChannel 15’s Jesse Hawila drove around parts of Fort Wayne Monday to take a look at how road conditions are shaping up and how they’ve improved since Monday morning.
The big snow will make it difficult for postal workers to make their rounds unless residents do their part to help out.