Wrapped for warmth

These horses, on a McGee’s Church Road farm, were wrapped in blankets to keep them warm during the frigidly cold temperatures of the past week. But a warm front that was expected to come in overnight will move the rain out and bring sun and temperatures close to 60 degrees by late Tuesday and Wednesday. -

These horses, on a McGee’s Church Road farm, were wrapped in blankets to keep them warm during the frigidly cold temperatures of the past week. But a warm front that was expected to come in overnight will move the rain out and bring sun and temperatures close to 60 degrees by late Tuesday and Wednesday.

These horses, on a McGee’s Church Road farm, were wrapped in blankets to keep them warm during the frigidly cold temperatures of the past week. But a warm front that was expected to come in overnight will move the rain out and bring sun and temperatures close to 60 degrees by late Tuesday and Wednesday.
https://www.clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/web1_Horses2.jpgThese horses, on a McGee’s Church Road farm, were wrapped in blankets to keep them warm during the frigidly cold temperatures of the past week. But a warm front that was expected to come in overnight will move the rain out and bring sun and temperatures close to 60 degrees by late Tuesday and Wednesday.