Photo above: An unidentified couple take a brisk walk across the Richard V. Woods Bridge during snow storm. Photos by Bob Sofaly.
It shut down just about everything in town. From bridges to roads to schools to most businesses, the snow storm that started on Jan. 3 left Northern Beaufort County out in the cold. And its continuting effects were felt far and wide. The temperatures were so low at night that everything that melted during the day turned around and froze over when temperatures dropped, making the roads particularly dangerous. Hundreds of people were left without power, and according to varous law enforcement, there were hundreds of accidents. However, temperatures are back to normal and normalcy has returned.