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Looks like we’re in for a long, cold, wet winter…

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The signs are pointing toward a severe winter to hit Monroe County. The fall's two main folklore coming winter predictors, permissions and woolly worms, are both showing signs of a harsh winter. First the persimmon kernals came up spoons, this means there will be a lot of snow to shovel. And now the woolly worms …

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