Winter that won’t die


Thought we had written all that needed to be said about cold weather and winter this year.


The thermometer hovered around 22 degrees this morning as a mid-April cold front moved into the area and promised cooler days and another below freezing night into Thursday morning before starting to edge back up as the weekend approaches.

Some county residents saw snow spitting along with the rain into late afternoon and early evening Wednesday.

The National Weather Service says to expect highs in the 50s through Friday and then back into the 60s for the weekend.

Call it Mother Nature’s revenge or just a last gasp of the Winter that wouldn’t die.

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