Area Sees Heavy Overnight Snow Fall, FW City Streets Update (PHOTOS & VIDEO)

By Chris Daniels, Meteorologist - 21Alive
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By Curtis Smith, Chief Meteorologist - 21Alive
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February 4, 2014 Updated Feb 5, 2014 at 12:50 PM EDT

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (21Alive) - Snow will develop from south to north through the evening hours. It may be heavy at times especially through the overnight hours.

WINTER STORM WARNING remains in place until 4 p.m. Wednesday for the entire viewing area.

The heaviest storm totals will be in areas south and east of Allen county with the least snow falling to the north and west.

6-9" in general likely with higher amounts possible to the south and east, where a few spots likely to get over 10 inches.

Fort Wayne Mayor's Office Update On City Streets:
Street crews have plowed the main arterial streets and are now salting them. Secondary streets should be completed by this afternoon and we will be moving into residential streets by late this afternoon. Crews will work through the night and into tomorrow on residential streets.

Crews were keeping up with the latest snow event through about 4:00 AM this morning, when a heavy snow dumped more than four additional inches of snow in a three hour period. During that time period drivers reported that as soon as they made one pass down a street it was covered again within minutes. Motorists should still use caution as they journey to their destinations today.

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