Brownell Haddix, who works for Christ Church Cathedral on Market St., used a gas-powered snow blower to clear the walk from in the front of the church in Lexington, Ky., Friday, January 3, 2014. Lexington received around an inch of snow yesterday and overnight but parts of Kentucky received as much as 3 inches from a storm that was moved across the U.S. This was the first time he has used the snow blower this winter. Photo by Charles Bertram | Staff
Brownell Haddix, who works for Christ Church Cathedral on Market St., used a gas-powered snow blower to clear the walk from in the front of the church in Lexington, Ky., Friday, January 3, 2014. Lexington received around an inch of snow yesterday and overnight but parts of Kentucky received as much as 3 inches from a storm that was moved across the U.S. This was the first time he has used the snow blower this winter. Photo by Charles Bertram | Staff Herald-Leader
Brownell Haddix, who works for Christ Church Cathedral on Market St., used a gas-powered snow blower to clear the walk from in the front of the church in Lexington, Ky., Friday, January 3, 2014. Lexington received around an inch of snow yesterday and overnight but parts of Kentucky received as much as 3 inches from a storm that was moved across the U.S. This was the first time he has used the snow blower this winter. Photo by Charles Bertram | Staff Herald-Leader

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