Winter wonderland


A wet snow blanketed the Swanton area in white on Wednesday. Trees in Oak Openings Preserve Metropark and throughout the area were coated with snow, while streets remained wet during the day. After dark, temperatures dropped and winds picked up, leading to more treacherous driving conditions and the closure of schools on Thursday. Area snow reports included 6 inches in Swancreek Township and 4 inches at Toledo Express Airport.

A wet snow blanketed the Swanton area in white on Wednesday. Trees in Oak Openings Preserve Metropark and throughout the area were coated with snow, while streets remained wet during the day. After dark, temperatures dropped and winds picked up, leading to more treacherous driving conditions and the closure of schools on Thursday. Area snow reports included 6 inches in Swancreek Township and 4 inches at Toledo Express Airport.


Patty Stambaugh | Swanton Enterprise

A wet snow blanketed the Swanton area in white on Wednesday. Trees in Oak Openings Preserve Metropark and throughout the area were coated with snow, while streets remained wet during the day. After dark, temperatures dropped and winds picked up, leading to more treacherous driving conditions and the closure of schools on Thursday. Area snow reports included 6 inches in Swancreek Township and 4 inches at Toledo Express Airport.

A wet snow blanketed the Swanton area in white on Wednesday. Trees in Oak Openings Preserve Metropark and throughout the area were coated with snow, while streets remained wet during the day. After dark, temperatures dropped and winds picked up, leading to more treacherous driving conditions and the closure of schools on Thursday. Area snow reports included 6 inches in Swancreek Township and 4 inches at Toledo Express Airport.
https://www.swantonenterprise.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/23/2020/03/web1_Oak-Snow1.jpgA wet snow blanketed the Swanton area in white on Wednesday. Trees in Oak Openings Preserve Metropark and throughout the area were coated with snow, while streets remained wet during the day. After dark, temperatures dropped and winds picked up, leading to more treacherous driving conditions and the closure of schools on Thursday. Area snow reports included 6 inches in Swancreek Township and 4 inches at Toledo Express Airport. Patty Stambaugh | Swanton Enterprise

https://www.swantonenterprise.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/23/2020/03/web1_oak-snow2.jpgPatty Stambaugh | Swanton Enterprise