Corry-area residents woke up this morning to find another inch of snow on the ground — but at least the calendar said it was still autumn. Now fall 2009 is just a memory, as winter officially began today at 12:47 p.m. Today, which is the winter solstice, also marks the shortest day of the year. Jerry Owens, the Journal’s weather watcher, reports that Corry has received 29.4 inches of snow so far this season. Over the weekend, we received 3.7 inches of snow and 7 inches of the white stuff are on the ground. So unless you enjoy the winter, you may want to put off your picnic at Mead Park for the time being.
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