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Brown County turns Leaf Cam into Snow Cam

– A popular southern Indiana attraction is making the most of recent wintry weather by turning its Leaf Cam into a Snow Cam.

The camera perched above one of Brown County’s overlooks typically shows the fall foliage in the tourist community about 40 miles south of Indianapolis. But tourism officials are now promoting it as the Snow Cam following storms that dumped several inches of snow on the area.

The camera’s views are available at www.browncounty.com/snow-cam.

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