The fog settles in


A fog wall hovering over the Ohio River early Thursday afternoon separates Gallipolis from the scenery of the West Virginia shoreline. After days of unseasonably warm temperatures, Gallia County is expecting a high of 37 degrees today and a low of 14 degrees, signaling winter isn’t over just yet.

A fog wall hovering over the Ohio River early Thursday afternoon separates Gallipolis from the scenery of the West Virginia shoreline. After days of unseasonably warm temperatures, Gallia County is expecting a high of 37 degrees today and a low of 14 degrees, signaling winter isn’t over just yet.


Dean Wright | OVP

A fog wall hovering over the Ohio River early Thursday afternoon separates Gallipolis from the scenery of the West Virginia shoreline. After days of unseasonably warm temperatures, Gallia County is expecting a high of 37 degrees today and a low of 14 degrees, signaling winter isn’t over just yet.

A fog wall hovering over the Ohio River early Thursday afternoon separates Gallipolis from the scenery of the West Virginia shoreline. After days of unseasonably warm temperatures, Gallia County is expecting a high of 37 degrees today and a low of 14 degrees, signaling winter isn’t over just yet.
https://www.mydailytribune.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/42/2019/02/web1_DSC_0032-1.jpgA fog wall hovering over the Ohio River early Thursday afternoon separates Gallipolis from the scenery of the West Virginia shoreline. After days of unseasonably warm temperatures, Gallia County is expecting a high of 37 degrees today and a low of 14 degrees, signaling winter isn’t over just yet. Dean Wright | OVP