Winter Storm Brings Bulloch County Problems

Written by  Wednesday, 12 February 2014 13:17

While there wasn’t an extremely heavy accumulation of ice on the roads in Statesboro, the second winter storm advisory to hit Statesboro this year did bring a few problems here to the area. Among them fallen trees and low hanging power lines due to the weight of the accumulated ice from today’s cold weather. Bulloch County and surrounding counties are experiencing debris in the roads. Meanwhile, Claxton got a little snow today falling in town. Statesboro Police released a message today at around noon warning people of the rough weather conditions.

They wrote “Weather and conditions are expected to continue and worsen throughout the day and night. All citizens are encouraged to stay off the roadways if possible. Citizens are STRONGLY ENCOURAGED to stay OFF THE ROADWAYS after 6:00pm tonight.”

Stay tuned to our website at and our facebook page for the latest updates on this storm.

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