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Wednesday, February 7th, 2007
Photo by Shelley Grieshop
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At left, employee Greg Schweizer shovels a large pile of snow from in front of the Celina Music Store on Tuesday afternoon. More than 3 inches of snow fell across the Grand Lake area, causing roadways to become slippery and hazardous. No new snow accumulations are in the forecast for the rest of the week and temperatures are expected to rise, a little, with highs in the upper teens for today and a high of 18 on Thursday, according to local weather forecaster Dennis Howick.
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A winter blast dropped more than 3 inches of snow on the Grand Lake area, causing the cancellation of classes at all schools in Mercer and Auglaize counties today. Many of those same schools had operated on delays Monday and Tu . . .
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Sunday
60°
Chance Rain Showers
25%
Sunday Night
44°
Rain Showers Likely
63%
Monday
46°
Rain Showers Likely
66%
Monday Night
37°
Chance Rain Showers
35%
Tuesday
44°
Mostly Cloudy
11%
Tuesday Night
38°
Chance Rain Showers
34%
Wednesday
49°
Chance Rain Showers
38%
Wednesday Night
33°
Chance Snow Showers
40%
Thursday
38°
Chance Snow Showers
36%
Thursday Night
28°
Chance Snow Showers
24%
Friday
33°
Slight Chance Snow Showers
25%
Friday Night
23°
Mostly Cloudy
16%
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