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Snow cleared; thawing begins; Temps expected to stay above freezing

January 10, 2014

COLUMBIA CITY — Since Sunday’s storm dumped 16.2 inches of snow in Whitley County, crews have been working all week to clear roadways and clean up streets.

Thursday evening, another weather cell brought an additional inch of snow to the area. Starting today, forecasters predict that high-temperatures will stay above freezing for the next four days — along with more than an inch of rain.

While the warmer temperatures are expected to melt snow and possibly improve road conditions, officials are soon to be facing another issue — flooding.

Officials say the 16.2 inches from Sunday, along with the 3 to 4 inches of snow already on the ground and Thursday evening’s additional inch, amounts to more than an inch of water when it melts.

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