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Last updated: January 25. 2014 10:44PM - 1395 Views
By - klovern@civitasmedia.com - 304-235-4242



Submitted PhotoThis Dachsund Oscar's short legs made it tough to traverse in the deep snow at East Williamson.
Submitted PhotoThis Dachsund Oscar's short legs made it tough to traverse in the deep snow at East Williamson.
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This Dachsund Oscar’s short legs made it tough to traverse in the deep snow at East Williamson.


On Thursday the sun came out, but snow still blanketed the area thanks to the Arctic- like temperatures. The Division of Highway road crews have been busy plowing and salting the roads. U.S. 52 is pictured after it was cleared earlier this week. The sub-zero temperatures still caused some black ice and many rural roads to be treacherous.


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Snow accumulated between 7 and 10 inches throughout the region depending on where you live and the elevation. This old yard stick shows 7 inches at Valley View near Williamson.


Rachel Dove/WDN


These deer were looking for something to eat near the Airport Road above Williamson on Thursday. Much of the wildlife, including the birds, have a tough time finding enough to eat in the winter.


Debbie Rolen/WDN


Nothing was moving on a snowy 2nd Avenue in Williamson on Tuesday.


Debbie Rolen/WDN


Stone was under a blanket of snow and ominous-looking clouds.


 
 
 
 
 
 
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