Wind chills could reach -30° next week in some parts of the Hoosier State
It's been a cold couple of days in northeast Indiana. Temperatures overnight Thursday dropped to -10°, a new record.
State farm is already receiving claims on frozen pipes, but it's not too late to protect your home from the sub-zero temperatures.
To prevent ice dams from forming on your roof, make sure that warm air stays out of your attic.
Fort Wayne Animal Care and Control is urging pet owners to keep animals inside during winter conditions. The animal shelter will be providing free straw to pet owners to insulate outdoor enclosures.
Wind chills could reach -30° next week in some parts of the Hoosier State. To keep kids safe, parents can limit their exposure by staying indoors. If they have to go outside, dressing in layers will help keep kids warm.
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