Let it snow!


By mid-afternoon on Thursday Meigs County was blanketed by a thin coating of snow, with snow forecasted to fall for the remainder of the day Thursday and into the overnight hours of Friday. The first accumulation of the fluffy white snow prompted early dismissals at area schools on Thursday afternoon and the postponement of sporting events. Sub-freezing temperatures are expected to continue throughout the weekend, although additional snow is not in the forecast.


By mid-afternoon on Thursday Meigs County was blanketed by a thin coating of snow, with snow forecasted to fall for the remainder of the day Thursday and into the overnight hours of Friday. The first accumulation of the fluffy white snow prompted early dismissals at area schools on Thursday afternoon and the postponement of sporting events. Sub-freezing temperatures are expected to continue throughout the weekend, although additional snow is not in the forecast.

By mid-afternoon on Thursday Meigs County was blanketed by a thin coating of snow, with snow forecasted to fall for the remainder of the day Thursday and into the overnight hours of Friday. The first accumulation of the fluffy white snow prompted early dismissals at area schools on Thursday afternoon and the postponement of sporting events. Sub-freezing temperatures are expected to continue throughout the weekend, although additional snow is not in the forecast.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/14/2017/01/web1_1.6-Snow-Day.jpgBy mid-afternoon on Thursday Meigs County was blanketed by a thin coating of snow, with snow forecasted to fall for the remainder of the day Thursday and into the overnight hours of Friday. The first accumulation of the fluffy white snow prompted early dismissals at area schools on Thursday afternoon and the postponement of sporting events. Sub-freezing temperatures are expected to continue throughout the weekend, although additional snow is not in the forecast.