Last updated: January 07. 2014 1:40PM - 2038 Views
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Kyle Lovern/WDNEven Chief Logan was ready to shovel the snow at the Coal House in downtown Williamson on Monday. The area braced itself for Arctic temperatures Monday night into today with wind chills expected to drop below zero. Schools were canceled throughout the region. Residents are reminded to keep a check on the elderly and on pets that are kept outdoors. The weather is supposed to improve by Wednesday, warming to around 40 with sunny skies.
Kyle Lovern/WDNEven Chief Logan was ready to shovel the snow at the Coal House in downtown Williamson on Monday. The area braced itself for Arctic temperatures Monday night into today with wind chills expected to drop below zero. Schools were canceled throughout the region. Residents are reminded to keep a check on the elderly and on pets that are kept outdoors. The weather is supposed to improve by Wednesday, warming to around 40 with sunny skies.
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Even Chief Logan was ready to shovel the snow at the Coal House in downtown Williamson on Monday. The area braced itself for Arctic temperatures Monday night into today with wind chills expected to drop below zero. Schools were canceled throughout the region. Residents are reminded to keep a check on the elderly and on pets that are kept outdoors. The weather is supposed to improve by Wednesday, warming to around 40 with sunny skies.

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