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What Does -11 Degrees Look Like? Send Us Your Photos

Send your photos of the snow to news@indianapublicmedia.org.

  • birds in the snow

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    Photo: asdf

    On Monday when it was -7 degrees, Diane Kewley Port refilled her bird feeders, bringing in 7 cardinals, 1 pileated, 1 red bellied and 2 downey woodpeckers, 1 tree sparrow and 1 chickadee.

  • snow out of the kitchen window

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    Photo: @alsacianne

    A view from the kitchen window.

  • dog in snow

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    Photo: Catryna Loos

    A dog and his concrete doppelganger.

  • Snow Cat

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    Photo: Martha Vollmann

    Our "Outdoor Cat" who sneaks a peek between snow falls, in Bloomington, Indiana.

  • snowman in Bloomington

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    Photo: Erica Page

    A snowman enjoys the cold temperatures in Bloomington.

  • deer in Bloomington

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    A deer treks through the snow in negative degree temperatures in Bloomington.

  • window

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    Photo: Gretchen Frazee

    A view outside one of my windows (with an iPhone filter).

  • view from window

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    Photo: Gretchen Frazee

    The ice forming on my window created an interesting filter to the outside.

  • ice on the road

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    Photo: Kyle Stokes

    A layer of ice could be seen on the road Sunday night.

  • window freeze

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    Photo: @alsacianne

    The cold weather forms snowflake like icicles on a window pane.

At the time we’re writing this, it’s -11 degrees outside. So we ask, what does that look like?

Send your pictures of this weekend’s snow storm to news@indianapublicmedia.org and we’ll post them here. You can also tweet them to @wfiunews or @wtiunews.

As always, just be sure to stay safe if you decide to venture outdoors.

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