As of 10 a.m. on Sunday morning, a light frosting of sleet had amassed in Laurens County, supplanting, during slightest for a time, a frozen sleet that greeted adults on awakening.
Conditions were some-more critical to a north, where Greenville County was stating over 35,000 electrical outages. By comparison, by Sunday afternoon, electrical outages in Laurens County were about 3,500.
According to a National Weather Service: “A clever charge complement flitting only south of a southeast U.S. Coast will outcome in a high-impact winter charge from impassioned northeast Georgia and northwest South Carolina to central/southern Virginia. Winter charge warnings are in outcome from northeast Georgia to executive Virginia, and winter continue advisories extend from executive Arkansas to eastern Virginia.”
The Winter Storm Warming released from Greenville-Spartanburg Airport extends until noon Monday.
The foresee calls for poignant topping and winds gusting to 35 mph in a South Carolina Piedmont and northeast Georgia.
The NWS serve predicts: “While a brief peace in a flood is approaching this afternoon into evening, areas of light frozen sleet and drizzle are approaching to dawdle where temperatures sojourn sealed next freezing. Snow and sleet will afterwards redevelop tonight (Sunday), with additional light accumulations possible.”
Laurens School District 55 will be sealed on Monday, and all scheduled jaunty events have been canceled. School District 56 followed fit during about 4:15 p.m., canceling all Monday classes, activities and sporting events. Laurens Academy also announced it would tighten on Monday.
Clinton’s M.S. Bailey Municipal Center will not open until 10 a.m. Public Works, Police, Fire and Municipal Court will work on a unchanging schedule.
Laurens County supervision offices will be on a two-hour delay, opening during 11 a.m.
Please check for updates as some-more information becomes available.