April 16, 2014

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Winter gangs up on county

By JIM LANGHAM

Feature Writer

Three storms roared through Paulding County last week leaving the county buried under an estimated 12-15 inches of snow coupled with icy roads and plenty of snow-covered fields to blow around at any gust of wind.

“The potential that’s out there now for drifting is unbelievable if we get some pretty strong winds,” said Paulding County Emergency Management director Randy Shaffer. “Right now, they’re calling for a little break in the moisture, but extremely cold weather. I know a lot of people who have about had their fill of this winter about now.”

 

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