INDIANA – Looks like we might not be getting relief from this year's crazy winter weather anytime soon.
Ken Scheeringa, a climatologist with the State Climate Office at Purdue University, told The Associated Press that the Climate Prediction Center's latest readings suggest snow and bitter cold could continue through late March across the state.
Scheeringa said the forecast calls for a colder than normal, though mostly dry start to March. The trend will continue through most of March, although there's a chance precipitation could increase by the end of the month, The Associated Press reported.
Cue Elkhart County's collective reaction to this forecast.