Snow flurries tease county
Published 7:36 pm Wednesday, December 8, 2010
Mid-morning snow showers made a brief visit to Brundidge and Goshen Wednesday morning, but weather officials don’t foresee more to come — at least not today.
“We had a report of snow showers in Brundidge and flurries in Goshen,” said Pike County Emergency Management Agency Director Jeanna Barnes. “It looks like on the radar, there isn’t going to be much of anything else.”
If more snow does fall over Pike County, Barnes said she doesn’t believe it will be anything “measurable.”
Linda Faust, city of Brundidge employee, said the snow Wednesday morning was pretty consistent, but it didn’t last long.
“You could really see it for a while,” Faust said.
Barnes said while Pike County won’t get its white Christmas just yet, there is a 30 percent chance of snow on Sunday.