Snow returns





After a record-setting string of days with above-average temperatures, winter returned to the area Wednesday. Residents woke up to a blanket of white getting deeper as snow continued through the day. It made for a day of plowing, shoveling and blowing snow, as well as tricky driving with the snow on top of what was left of last week’s rainfall making streets and roads slushy. After a record-setting string of days with above-average temperatures, winter returned to the area Wednesday. Residents woke up to a blanket of white getting deeper as snow continued through the day. It made for a day of plowing, shoveling and blowing snow, as well as tricky driving with the snow on top of what was left of last week’s rainfall making streets and roads slushy.




Review photos byEmmitt B. Feldner Review photos byEmmitt B. Feldner

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