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Winter punch brings sub-zero temps

January 3, 2014

Derrick Schinbeckler clears snow from the parking lot at Walmart, in the Towne & Country Shopping Center, Columbia City, Thursday afternoon. Forecasters expect more snow is on the way this weekend. Brett Myers/Post & Mail photo.

WHITLEY COUNTY — More than 7 inches of snow was recorded for the county after a winter storm finished dumping the white stuff Thursday afternoon.

While many Whitley County residents worked to shovel sidewalks and clear driveways, blowing winds and below-zero temperatures made the chore even more laborious.

National Weather Service (NWS) officials in Syracuse have projected temperatures Monday to only reach 9 degrees below zero and a similar sub-zero forecast Tuesday.

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