It’s beginning to look a lot like…Halloween? Area residents woke up Sunday morning to a coating of fresh snow that was more reminiscent of the festive Holiday season instead of the upcoming celebration of spooky jack-o-lanterns and trick-or-treating.
After a period of seemingly never-ending rainfall last week, temperatures dropped last Sunday, October 14, enough to let the area see the first measurable snow for this Fall season. LOGIN to read the complete article.
[Brynlee Neigel is pictured above showing the emotions that everyone most likely felt when they saw the snow Sunday Morning. The snowfall was the 7 1/2 month old’s first snowfall. Photo submitted by Scott Neigel ]