Whitley County Emergency Management Director Cathy Broxon-Ball fills sandbags with a fireman Thursday afternoon. Sandbags are available for pick up at the Whitley County Highway Department.
WHITLEY COUNTY â€” Snow. Cold. Snow. Cold. Snow. Rain. Thunderstorm â€” Snow. Cold.
It appears the area is in a never-ending cycle of bad weather this winter.
After being in a vicious cycle of snow and frigid temperatures, forecasters predicted warmer temperatures Thursday, bringing some hope for the beginning of the end of winter.
But the â€śwarmâ€ť weather Thursday wasnâ€™t all it was cracked up to be.
Though temperatures reached the upper 40s for the first time this year, it came with rain â€” a lot of it.
â€śIt is so damp outside, it doesnâ€™t feel any warmer,â€ť said Whitley County Emergency Director Cathy Broxon-Ball.
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