Christmas was costly in more ways than one – with the extremely cold temperatures, especially on Saturday/Christmas Eve – leading to frozen water lines and burst pipes across much of Cherokee County.
The bitter cold temperatures, and high winds, combined to leave many homeowners and businesses with headaches and hard work as a Holiday Weather gift that no one wanted.
WEIS Radio News has received reports of frozen water and burst pipes at a number of area locations including homes, the ROC in Centre, Centre Middle School, and at a number of Condo units.
The National Weather Service says warmer weather is fortunately on the way – with Monday’s high hitting 37, even though we could see a wintry mix.
The predicted high on Tuesday is 47 – Wednesday, 56.