Some area residents have had to bring their flowers and plants inside this week, after the weather threatened destructive near-freezing temperatures.
From frigid, to hot and back to cold again, many area residents have had enough of Indianaâ€™s weather.
All in one week, the weather has gone from normal spring weather, thunderstorms, rain and 70 degrees, to over 90 degrees, and Friday morning, temps were near freezing again.
â€śIt is insane,â€ť said Sheila Lentz on The Post & Mailâ€™s Facebook page. â€śAll my kids are starting to get sick.â€ť
Many athletic contests have been rained out this week, creating more scheduling havoc after a long winter of cancellations and postponements.
After receiving record-breaking snowfall this winter, school was cancelled and delayed on a weekly basis, pushing back the last day of school to June for most school districts.
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