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Samuel Hoffman | The Journal Gazette
A draft horse along Arcola Road stands in the snow on Saturday.

More snow is on the way

FORT WAYNE – Much of northeast Indiana and northwest Ohio is expected to get periods of moderate to heavy snowfall this evening.

The National Weather Service said Allen, DeKalb, Noble, LaGrange, Steuben and Whitley counties should expect 1 to 3 inches after 5 p.m.

It said Kosciusko County should expect to 2 to 4 inches after 4 p.m., and Defiance, Paulding, Van Wert and Williams counties in Ohio should expect 2 to 4 inches after 6 p.m.

Also, the weather service said, Adams, Huntington and Wells counties should expect up to 2 inches after 5 p.m., and Wabash County should expect up to 2 inches after 4 p.m.

The storms are described as periods of moderate to heavy snow and are expected to last up to three hours, the weather service said.

Any heavy snowfall is expected to end by midnight.

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