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Saturday, March 28, 2015

Weather

Ice melts, conditions still iffy

City and county schools remain closed today after the winter storm that passed through the LOU community left the area blanketed in snow and ice Wednesday night and Thursday. Conditions have improved today, but there are still areas of concern with some roadways. (March 6, 2015, Page 1)

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    Continue to exercise care, caution in dealing with cold weather

    Most of us can count our blessings with the ice and sleet settling just north of the LOU community. That doesn’t mean we should get complacent, though, with bitter cold temperatures approaching single digits forecast for tonight and the chance of frozen precipitation coming on Friday. We encourage all be remain cautious and prepared. (February 18, 2015, Page 4A)

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      Let’s continue to be careful out there

      We commend all who took proper precautions to protect the P’s — people, pets, plans and pipes — during this week’s cold front, and urge all to continue to exercise preparation and care when dealing with cold weather and any possible frozen precipitation in the forecast. (January 9, 2015, Page 4)

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        Oxford has near miss with tornado

        Tornado funnel clouds formed over Oxford yesterday, however, no touch downs were reported. Rain levels have trumped the monthly averages and are expected to continue to rise. (June 10, 2014, Page 2)

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          Rain not letting up

          The Oxford area is expected to see more rain throughout the week. The city is under a flash flood warning until tomorrow evening. (June 9, 2014, Page 1)

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            Miss. prepares for severe weather

            Area residents may see an influx in severe weather tonight and early tomorrow morning. Large hail, gusty winds and possible tornadoes are possible. (April 3, 2014, Page 2)

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              Polar vortex – now that’s a cool name

              With hurricanes, typhoons and major storms all getting names these days, Editor Don Whitten writes that he thought “polar vortex” was the name of the latest storm that rolled through much of the country. He then learned it’s not a name of a storm, but the name of a weather phenomenon. (January 10, 2014, Page 4A)

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                You Might Not Get There

                Local columnist Jimmy Reed reminds us of one of Yogi Berra’s sayings about getting where you’re going as he tells the story of a less-than-idea flight with a friend in his Piper Cub. (April 2, 2013, Page 4)

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                  Storm brings rain, wind

                  While little damage occurred during the storm, it did bring an additional 1.56 inches of rain to an already wet Lafayette County. (January 30, 2013, Page 1)

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                    The changing of the seasons – when it’s nice

                    The transition from summer to fall is in full swing with leaves falling and temperatures dropping, leaving Editor Don Whitten to write about how the fall and spring offer beauty and mild weather as compared to the winter and summer. (October 31, 2012, Page 4)

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