Then and Now


Two years ago this week, Meigs County was under a thick blanket of snow, but walking around outside Wednesday one would hardly believe it is still winter. Daffodils, dandelions and other flowers are already in bloom as if it were spring. With temperatures expected in the 60s again on Thursday, local residents can enjoy one more day of spring weather in winter, before winter-like temperatures are expected to return later in the week. Weather forecasts show high temperatures expected in the 30s and 40s for the upcoming week. With the official start of spring still more than a week away only time will tell if the area is in for more winter-weather.


Two years ago this week, Meigs County was under a thick blanket of snow, but walking around outside Wednesday one would hardly believe it is still winter. Daffodils, dandelions and other flowers are already in bloom as if it were spring. With temperatures expected in the 60s again on Thursday, local residents can enjoy one more day of spring weather in winter, before winter-like temperatures are expected to return later in the week. Weather forecasts show high temperatures expected in the 30s and 40s for the upcoming week. With the official start of spring still more than a week away only time will tell if the area is in for more winter-weather.

Two years ago this week, Meigs County was under a thick blanket of snow, but walking around outside Wednesday one would hardly believe it is still winter. Daffodils, dandelions and other flowers are already in bloom as if it were spring. With temperatures expected in the 60s again on Thursday, local residents can enjoy one more day of spring weather in winter, before winter-like temperatures are expected to return later in the week. Weather forecasts show high temperatures expected in the 30s and 40s for the upcoming week. With the official start of spring still more than a week away only time will tell if the area is in for more winter-weather.
http://mydailysentinel.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/web1_3.9-Then-and-Now.jpgTwo years ago this week, Meigs County was under a thick blanket of snow, but walking around outside Wednesday one would hardly believe it is still winter. Daffodils, dandelions and other flowers are already in bloom as if it were spring. With temperatures expected in the 60s again on Thursday, local residents can enjoy one more day of spring weather in winter, before winter-like temperatures are expected to return later in the week. Weather forecasts show high temperatures expected in the 30s and 40s for the upcoming week. With the official start of spring still more than a week away only time will tell if the area is in for more winter-weather.
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