By Katelin Carroll
Staff Reporter 

Snow kicks off New Year


January 6, 2022


The holiday weekend started off with the promise of severe storms and temperatures of 70 degrees, but rain quickly turned into snow by Sunday night, making for a winter wonderland.


Our local Tennessee Department of Transportation, TDOT, crew started tending to the roads almost as soon as the snow started to fall. They worked well into the night

The National Weather Service reported that Hohenwald had an accumulation of 0.7 inches. However that was not the case for a large majority of Hohenwald which got 2.5-3 inches, according to Danny Atkinson, Emergency Management Director for Lewis County.

The wet mixture made for perfect snowman-building and snowball fighting conditions. Jesse Robinson got a little creative and turned a traditional snowman into a snow rhino. Chloe Creasy made an adorable snowman and Casen Holley saw the snow as the perfect opportunity for a snack.


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