Snow begins moving out of area; cancellations in its wake
WGOG’s latest weather data indicates the snow that has hampered Oconee throughout Tuesday is moving out of the area. The latest WeatherCenter Forecast indicates a few stray snow showers may occur before midnight, but for the most part, the storm is over for Oconee County. It leaves us with icy roads Tuesday evening, which will be worse for the wear Wednesday morning. The snow and road conditions have forced the cancellation of Oconee County Public Schools on Wednesday. Tri-County Technical College in Anderson County, where four inches of snow has fallen, has also cancelled classes for Wednesday and they’re asking employees to stay home as well. All Oconee County Governmental Offices will be closed also. The Oconee area remains under a Winter Weather Advisory through 9 AM Wednesday. The projected low overnight is 20 with a high of 37 and a mix of clouds and sunshine for the daytime Wednesday. Join Kris Butts and Dick Mangrum for the Golden Corner’s Morning Show beginning around 5:30 AM for the latest weather, traffic, and closings.