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Snapshots of a winter wonderland in Jasper County

  • The Cunningham family in Hardeeville enjoyed building this snowman.
  • Sandra Hall/JCST. A view of the gazebo in downtown Ridgeland.
  • Angie Richardson/Special to JCST. Royal Live Oaks Academy did a reading challenge during the storm. The challenge was to take a picture of yourself reading in the snow.
  • Angie Richardson/Special to JCST. Royal Live Oaks Academy did a reading challenge during the storm. The challenge was to take a picture of yourself reading in the snow.
  • Fun at Palmetto Electric
  • Angie Richardson/Special to JCST. Royal Live Oaks Academy did a reading challenge during the storm. The challenge was to take a picture of yourself reading in the snow.
  • Angie Richardson/Special to JCST. Royal Live Oaks Academy did a reading challenge during the storm. The challenge was to take a picture of yourself reading in the snow.
  • Lynn Crosby photo. A serene view in Grays
  • Romona Gaspard Westerfield provides this photo in Ridgeland.
  • Klaus Ritter snaps a shot of the snow in Ridgeland.
  • LaQuandra Stevenson photo. Braving the snowy elements in Ridgeland.
  • Photo courtesy Patti Chapman. Ridgeland's Logan and Riley Chapman built a snowman with their grandfather, Jim Herman.
  • Klaus Ritter with a view in Ridgeland
  • Photo courtesy Roxanne Norris. The Norris family had 4.5 inches of snow yesterday in Ridgeland.

The winter storm in the Lowcountry dropped as much as 6 inches of snow in Ridgeland and 3 inches in Hardeeville. We asked our readers to send some of their pictures of having fun in the snow and they delivered with some fantastic photos.

The contributions continued during the evening with a variety a snapshots, including several from Royal Live Oaks Academy participating in a reading challenge and a fun time at Palmetto Electric in Ridgeland. 

Enjoy those photos and others of a snowy day.

 

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