Snow flurries, fizzles
By From staff reports
Published in News on February 10, 2011 1:46 PM
News-Argus/MICHAEL K. DAKOTA
Darrell Wallace walks down Ash Street early this morning as light snowflakes fall. Forecasters had called for possibly several inches of the white stuff, but only a slight dusting had appeared in the southern end of the county by mid-morning and skies were expected to clear later today. Friday and the weekend are expected to be sunny with highs reaching the 50s.
Mount Olive College student Cara Paxson cleans the snow off her car's windshield this morning before heading to class. The southern part of Wayne County appeared to receive more snow than areas to the north. Forecasts were calling for the snow to end before noon and the sun to be shining later today.
A snowstorm this morning led to a two-hour delay for the start of Wayne County Public Schools as snow that had been predicted to start after midnight finally began to fall just before daybreak. Most business and government offices...
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