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Snowfall in Johnson County



Greenwood, Indiana – The roads were slick and wet on Wednesday afternoon, but some locals claim the snowfall was not too awful.

“It’s really no big deal. It really isn’t. If you live here you should be prepared for something like this,” the owner of A-Trains, Les Jarrett, said.

Many business owners have opened their doors despite the snow.

Les Jarrett, the proprietor of A-Trains, claims to have witnessed worse in the city.

“We’ve had more. There’s no blowing or drifting. The sidewalk is easy to clear. I mean unless you’re disabled or something and just can’t get around you’re fine,” Jarrett said.

To clear the sidewalk, all he required was a broom and the appropriate footwear.

“If you own a business you clean your sidewalk,” Jarrett said.

Making a snowman or having a snowball fight with friends was easy in the thick, moist snow.

But for some people, cleaning the snow from their homes’ exteriors wasn’t that simple.

“I knew it was going to be really wet and hard to move because my granddaughter who lives with me had already started building a snowman out back. So, that was kind of an indication it was going to be hard to move,” Steve Feeney, Greenwood resident, said.

“It’s a good workout. Don’t have to go to the gym today,” Feeney said.

He claims that the weather circumstances posed some difficulties.