The Millers haven't kicked a first team ball since winning at Bradford on 12th December, with their last four games being called off.
The shocking conditions have worsened across Britain today and Saturday's game with Bournemouth at Don Valley is already severely in doubt.
Speaking to the Star, Warrington said: "I have never experienced anything like this before in my career, you get the odd game off over Christmas but to have four off consecutively is unbelievable.
"It has been frustrating not doing what we get paid to do but we have worked through it. We have been training on the astro-turf and having some fitness sessions in the gym.
"The only plus point is that we are still sitting in third place in the table having not played for almost a month. There are a lot of other clubs in the same boat as us so we have to make the most of a bad situation.
"As players, we have to get on with it. Morale has been good in training and hopefully we will be playing sooner rather than later."
The injured Dale Tonge has benefited from the break and could return this weekend if the pitch is somehow fit for action.
Warro added: "Dale was playing really well before his injury which he played with for a few weeks.
"He has had time to rest and recuperate and it is a big plus getting him back fit. He is a very important player to the team. But the boys who have come in for Dale in Mark (Lynch) and Marc (Joseph) have done well so there is plenty of competition for places there which can only benefit the side."
For the three rearranged dates so far against Chessie, Dagenham and Darlington, visit the links at the foot of this article.