We’re just three days away from the calendar end of winter and the last three days have felt more like the frigid season than at any other time of a warmer than the normal cold season. The temperature outside sits at 20 outside our house and the wind chill puts it at seven degrees — […]
Floyd County public schools — closed Tuesday because of the snowfall and ice from the storm that fell short of expectations but still left the area frozen, windy and cold — will start with a two hour delay Wednesday as plummeting temperatures overnight is expected to leave the area frozen with wind gusts in the […]
Ice still hanging on trees in Floyd County Saturday afternoon.
Floyd County woke up Tuesday morning to temperatures in the low to mid 20s and a “Winter Weather Advisory” in effect until noon with the potential for freezing drizzle, frozen fog and the danger of black ice. “Untreated roads and surfaces will become coated with a sheet of ice making travel very hazardous,” The National […]
In what one might expect on a day the Irish “honor” the name of a non-existent “saint,” March 17th dawns to a storm that wasn’t — yet. The Irish celebrate St. Patrick’s Day by drinking themselves into oblivion, which itself raises question because the Irish seldom need an excuse to drink and party. Like the […]