Stormtracker 7 Jeep Powered by Panhandle Cleaning & Restoration Out in Friday Snow

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The Stormtracker 7 Weather Jeep, Powered by Panhandle Cleaning and Restoration, has had a busy week.  It’s been the first significant snow fall and extreme cold temperatures so far this winter season.

On Friday morning, the Jeep was out in Bethlehem as blustery conditions and snow squalls hit the Ohio Valley.  The snow started falling approximately 4:30 am with places like Belmont and Jefferson Counties seeing the most snow fall.

As of 7:30 am Friday, there is a mix of reported school closings and delays.  A majority of those closings are coming from Belmont County.

(Click here for a complete list of delays & closings)

Be sure to keep an eye out for our Stormtracker 7 Weather Jeep, Powered by Panhandle Cleaning and Restoration, as the winter season moves forward.

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