Special Weather Statement issued January 17 at 2:57PM EST by NWS Wilmington (details ...)
...OCCASIONAL SNOW SHOWERS WILL CONTINUE INTO THIS EVENING...
Occasional snow showers will continue into this evening before
becoming scattered overnight. Rapidly changing visibilities will
be possible through early evening in the heavier snow showers.
Some light accumulations of less than an inch can be expected. As
temperatures fall below freezing this evening, some slick spots
may develop, especially on untreated roadways.
If planning travel this evening, be alert for rapidly changing
visibilities and slick spots on untreated pavement.
Saturday, October 17th, 2009
Some huge stumps and logs pulled from Grand Lake near the St. Marys Boat Club sit on top of a barge. State employees began removing stumps from the lake on Tuesday and will continue the project for at least two weeks and maybe longer if necessary, said Grand Lake St. Marys State Park Assistant Manager Brian Miller. Workers this week also pulled from the same area a long, steel pipe that is believed to have been left over from the lake's oil derrick days.