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First Mount Pleasant Snow Accumulation Since 2010

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First Mount Pleasant Snow Accumulation Since 2010

Jack Rogers

Jack Rogers

Jack Rogers

Jack Rogers, Lydia Gardner, Carly-Knight Carrier and Kiki Moss, Co-Editor in Chief, Associate Editor, Staff Photographer and Staff Writer

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The Charleston area saw it’s first accumulation of snow since 2010, with above five inches of snow, according to the National Weather Service. Charleston County schools have been closed until Monday for a teacher workday, opening their doors to students the following Tuesday.

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