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January 9th - 10th 2021 Snow Event

A storm system brought light to moderate snow across the Panhandles the night of January 9th and continued through mid-day on the 10th. Snow accumulations ranged from a light dusting in the southeast Panhandles to upwards of 3.5 inches in the western Panhandles. Read More >



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