...FOGGY TRAVEL THROUGH THE OVERNIGHT...
FOG WILL BE DENSE AT TIMES ACROSS THE MOUNTAINS AND VALLEYS OF
VIRGINIA INTO NORTHWEST NORTH CAROLINA. EXPECT VISIBILITIES TO
FLUCTUATE FROM LESS THAN A QUARTER MILE, TO OVER 3 MILES AT TIME.
THIS WILL MAKE FOR DIFFICULT DRIVING CONDITIONS. TAKE YOUR TIME
AND USE LOW BEAM HEADLIGHTS. THE FOG WILL LIKELY LINGER INTO THE
MORNING COMMUTE, ESPECIALLY ALONG HIGHER RIDGES.
Snow may be still swirling but spring isn't far away. The cracks of bats and the sounds of baseballs and softballs slapping leather will drive winter into hibernation soon enough. Until then, here's a few shots of Fort Chiswell's teams getting ready for the season.
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These photos were taken at early season games and scrimmages involving Fort Chiswell. Here Fort Chiswell junior varsity pitcher Sarah Burnett pitches in a game played Monday against Carroll County.