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The surprise blizzard that came through Columbia County on Sunday knocked out power for thousands of residents (myself included) After three days without electricity, the lights finally came back on yesterday evening. Now that I have power and internet back, … Continue reading
I’ve heard from several life-long residents of Columbia County who have said that they can’t remember a winter with more snow than what we have had this year. It looks like those memories serve them well because the CW15 reported … Continue reading
Don’t worry, this isn’t another new snow phenomenom like Thunder-Snow. It’s an amazing picture of one of our recent snow storms from space.
The CW15 weather guy said that today and tomorrow’s snow storms could be the biggest we have had yet this winter. Yikes! I love the snow, its one of the things I love most about living in Columbia County. But … Continue reading
The squirrel in the picture appears to be flying and he almost is as he propels himself across an all white, snowy backdrop. Photo by Seth Davis
The freezing rain that coated us two nights ago switched over to snow when the sun came up giving everything a Winter Wonderland look. Don’t be fooled, that treacherous slick of ice is hiding just below the snow waiting to … Continue reading