Playing in snow, ice


The Hernandez family of Jonesville, including Maggie, Jahara, Heraldo Jr. and Heraldo Sr., sled Tuesday morning before the snow from Sunday and Monday melts away in warmer temperatures. Ice overnight left thousands of people in the region without power, but with the largest outage still being reported by Duke Energy at 1 p.m. Tuesady in Boonville with 1,750 customers affected.


Holly Lamm | The Tribune

The Hernandez family of Jonesville, including Maggie, Jahara, Heraldo Jr. and Heraldo Sr., sled Tuesday morning before the snow from Sunday and Monday melts away in warmer temperatures. Ice overnight left thousands of people in the region without power, but with the largest outage still being reported by Duke Energy at 1 p.m. Tuesady in Boonville with 1,750 customers affected.


Holly Lamm | The Tribune

The Hernandez family of Jonesville, including Maggie, Jahara, Heraldo Jr. and Heraldo Sr., sled Tuesday morning before the snow from Sunday and Monday melts away in warmer temperatures. Ice overnight left thousands of people in the region without power, but with the largest outage still being reported by Duke Energy at 1 p.m. Tuesady in Boonville with 1,750 customers affected.

The Hernandez family of Jonesville, including Maggie, Jahara, Heraldo Jr. and Heraldo Sr., sled Tuesday morning before the snow from Sunday and Monday melts away in warmer temperatures. Ice overnight left thousands of people in the region without power, but with the largest outage still being reported by Duke Energy at 1 p.m. Tuesady in Boonville with 1,750 customers affected.

The Hernandez family of Jonesville, including Maggie, Jahara, Heraldo Jr. and Heraldo Sr., sled Tuesday morning before the snow from Sunday and Monday melts away in warmer temperatures. Ice overnight left thousands of people in the region without power, but with the largest outage still being reported by Duke Energy at 1 p.m. Tuesady in Boonville with 1,750 customers affected.
http://elkintribune.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/web1_weather.jpgThe Hernandez family of Jonesville, including Maggie, Jahara, Heraldo Jr. and Heraldo Sr., sled Tuesday morning before the snow from Sunday and Monday melts away in warmer temperatures. Ice overnight left thousands of people in the region without power, but with the largest outage still being reported by Duke Energy at 1 p.m. Tuesady in Boonville with 1,750 customers affected. Holly Lamm | The Tribune

The Hernandez family of Jonesville, including Maggie, Jahara, Heraldo Jr. and Heraldo Sr., sled Tuesday morning before the snow from Sunday and Monday melts away in warmer temperatures. Ice overnight left thousands of people in the region without power, but with the largest outage still being reported by Duke Energy at 1 p.m. Tuesady in Boonville with 1,750 customers affected.
http://elkintribune.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/web1_sledding-1.jpgThe Hernandez family of Jonesville, including Maggie, Jahara, Heraldo Jr. and Heraldo Sr., sled Tuesday morning before the snow from Sunday and Monday melts away in warmer temperatures. Ice overnight left thousands of people in the region without power, but with the largest outage still being reported by Duke Energy at 1 p.m. Tuesady in Boonville with 1,750 customers affected. Holly Lamm | The Tribune
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