"I think it's too warm for the storm to stick," she said. "If we didn't enjoy 40-degree weather yesterday than I probably would believe it. I think it's just sad that the government asks us to take off from work and school."
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The power for the Shenandoah IGA grocery store came on at 2 p.m., store clerk Debbie Hansbrough said, but at least half the town remained dark.