Ice chunks go with the flow of the Neshannock
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Published: Wednesday, January 30, 2013
Updated: Saturday, February 2, 2013 09:02
WILMINGTON TOWNSHIP, Pa.-- Unseasonably warm temperatures and rain turned sheets of ice on area waterways into runaway chunks. On the Neshannock Creek, they crashed and collided with each as part of a January ice flow. In Wilmington Township, signs of some overnight ice jams appeared on the banks of the stream.
In the Mayville neighborhood, the high, muddy water clunked with ice slabs. Smaller pieces churned with larger ice debris. The fast moving ice headed toward New Castle. Wednesday’s 50 degree weather helped keep the ice flow moving.