FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WFFT) - Waking up to snow Friday morning was a sight to see for many.
But for some like Marvin Fugate, an attendant for Allen County Department of Environmental Management, the mid-April whiteout wasn't a surprise.
Fugate says, "It's Indiana. It [the weather] changes every minute."
Springtime might be upon us, but that doesn't mean snow can't make its way to the Fort.
Locals and friends like Sally Thomas and Laura Bradley-Gay laced up their shoes for a walk on Towpath Trail even in the frosty conditions.
They maintained at least 6 feet in between each other donning their colorful face masks.
Thomas says, "I really don’t mind this weather. In fact, I’d rather be out in this than extreme heat if I’m going to be walking so this is okay with me.”
Flurries or not, some residents were just happy to take in the fresh air.
Bradley-Gay says, "I love being outside, even if the weather is like this.”
The friends continued their walk into the whiteout, enjoying the Friday flurries.