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NOONTIME NASTINESS: Snow, gusty cold winds glaze streets and highways

January 19, 2012

COLUMBIA CITY – Morning snow showers steadily grew into snow squalls, bolstered by gusty winds, making travel in Whitley County nasty by noon.

Temperatures hovered in the low 20s, but will steadily drop into the teens throughout the afternoon.

I-69 was closed south of Fort Wayne due to slide offs and road conditions.

U.S. 30 was slick and hazardous.

Columbia City streets were very slick, especially at intersections.

Weather forecasters indicate the snowfall will diminish to flurries later in the day, with only a few inches of accumulation.

Nonetheless, travel will be hazardous into the evening, according to forecasters.

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