Jackson Lindler, 7, catches snowflakes on his tongue.
Jackson Lindler of Manning had a great time Wednesday making snow angels and having a snowball fight with his dad, Kris, at their home off North Brewington Road. Send your Snow Day pictures to email@example.com.
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The state Department of Transportation continues its work in the midlands and coastal regions in response to Winter Storm Grayson.
According to the 9 p.m. update, “wintry precipitation” has concluded in all parts of the state except Engineering District 5, which includes Pawleys Island.
“Crews in the Lowcountry and Pee Dee regions continue to plow snow and apply de-icing materials as
appropriate,” reads the statement. “Roads and bridges throughout these areas are covered in snow and ice. There are
several closures due to icy conditions. Crews from Districts 2, 3, and 4 have been reassigned to
coastal areas to assist… Read the rest
Clarendon County native Rob Thompson, an employee with the state Department of Transportation, took this video of the department’s Clarendon Maintenance Crew putting out a brine solution on ramps and bridges on Interstate 95 near Manning on Wednesday morning.
Dr. Bobby and Deborah Ridgeway stand in front of the Clarendon County Courthouse in downtown Manning on Wednesday evening after snow fell most of the afternoon. (GRACE and JANENE SURETTE / SPECIAL TO THE TIMES)
The S.C. Department of Transportation is reporting severe congestion on Interstate 95 due to several wrecks, incidents and other problems caused by inclement weather. DOT specifically reports that traffic is moving between 20 and 30 mph both northbound and southbound through Clarendon County.
Fifteen-monht-old Stella Grace Clark, daughter of Richard and Sarah Clark of Summerton, enjoyed her first snow day earlier today. She is the granddaughtr of Lillian Clark. Send your Snow Day pictures to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The National Weather Service out of Columbia is stating a Winter Storm Warning issued earlier Wednesday morning will remain in effect through 10 p.m. today.
Snow will taper off throughout the evening. An low pressure system moving along the southeastern coast will pull some moisture from the Atlantic Ocean over the cold air in place across the area, leading to some snowfall through the evening hours.
The heaviest snow is expected across the far eastern Midlands
Be prepared for significant reductions in visibility at times.
A Winter Storm Warning for snow means severe winter weather conditions are occurring. If you… Read the rest
Kylen Mallet, 1, enjoyed his first experience with snow at his home off Bloomville Road in Manning on Wednesday. Photo provided by Mary Mallet. Send your Snow Day photos of your children playing in the snow, building snowmen, making snow angels, etc., along with children’s FULL NAMES, AGES and WHERE they live in Clarendon County to email@example.com.
The S.C. Highway Patrol is currently reporting multiple vehicle wrecks throughout Clarendon County due to inclement weather. Fifteen of 16 reported vehicle wrecks are listed as “no injury” by the agency on it’s Real Time Traffic Information Database.
One noted with injuries denotes EMS is en route. The wreck happened at 4:47 p.m. at the 127 southbound mile-marker on Interstate 95. The other wrecks are at the following locations:
* 102 norhtbound mile-marker on Interstate 95;
* 106 southbound mile-marker on Interstate 95;
* 106 northbound mile-marker on Interstate 95.
* Paxville Highway and A.M. Nash Road in Manning.21 Sumter… Read the rest