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Indiana experiences weather typical of the Midwestern United States: cold winters and warm to hot summers. Indiana’s winters tend to be more cloudy than wet, with most of the snow falling in the northern parts ... Read more
of the state, due to its proximity to Lake Michigan. January is the coldest month of the year with temperatures that stay in the 30s (-1-3) during the day. The state starts to warm up come spring, though these early months are a bit of a tease; spring is also the wettest season of the year (and peak tornado season). Summers are mostly pleasant with the occasional heat wave that causes temperatures to soar. Autumn, however, is very pleasant with plenty of sun and lower humidity.

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Melbourne, Florida

Fort Wayne, located in northeast Indiana, is a growing medium sized town with a population of about a quarter million people. It was incorporated in 1829, and named after the Revolutionary War Hero, General Mad Anthony Wayne (one of General George Washington's favorite officers) who defeated the Miami Confederation of Tribes based in Kekionga (present day Fort Wayne).

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Local from Fort Wayne

Fort Wayne is the 2nd largest city in Indiana; however with a population of 3-4L I would rather call it a big town.
It is not too fancy but it is home to kind and loving people who are oh so polite. It is laid back and relaxed and often quiet with only birds chirping in your backyard.
The downtown is gradually growing but will take few years to reach it's potential.
Do visit for a break from the city life.

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Plainville, Connecticut, USA

The best of the little cities. I spent so much time there growing up. My high school proms were there. I love the malls, and I love the costume shop right down town. I wish I could remember the name of it. The only thing that ever bugged me about Fort Wayne was that it flooded every spring and we all had to go and help bag sand to try and save the special spots.

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Local from Fort Wayne

I'm really not used to being in an enviroment like fort wayne. To me it looks trashy.

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Not too big, not too small, the second largest city in Indiana. Only second in size to the capitol Indianapolis, Fort Wayne features everything you'd want from a busy city life but without the overwhelming size of a city you can't get away from. The reasonable surrounding areas are full of places to live with an easy commute into the city. The surrounding I-469 makes is a breeze to get from one side to the other and nothing is ever further than 15-20min away, conveniences such as grocery stores and fast food are only minutes away.

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Uberaba, Minas Gerais

I used to live there like An Exchange Student
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Karachi

Lived here for five years. Loved it, then hated it, then loved it again!

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