Unseasonal warmth and a bit of good cheer


Santa spent a portion of Friday morning and early afternoon standing in the Third Avenue drive-thru side of Ohio Valley Bank in Gallipolis. Santa greeted every drive-up customer with a bag filled with candy and a magnetic chip clip sponsored by the bank. Despite the sunny weather and mild temperatures — as of 1 p.m. Friday, it was 65 degrees — Santa said he would much rather perspire as he recalled last year when he stood “in the rain, sleet and snow” for a few hours and was “chilled to the bone.” Temperatures on Sunday are predicted to reach possible record-breaking temperatures in lower to mid-70s across the Ohio Valley.


Santa spent a portion of Friday morning and early afternoon standing in the Third Avenue drive-thru side of Ohio Valley Bank in Gallipolis. Santa greeted every drive-up customer with a bag filled with candy and a magnetic chip clip sponsored by the bank. Despite the sunny weather and mild temperatures — as of 1 p.m. Friday, it was 65 degrees — Santa said he would much rather perspire as he recalled last year when he stood “in the rain, sleet and snow” for a few hours and was “chilled to the bone.” Temperatures on Sunday are predicted to reach possible record-breaking temperatures in lower to mid-70s across the Ohio Valley. (Michael Johnson | Times-Sentinel)

Santa spent a portion of Friday morning and early afternoon standing in the Third Avenue drive-thru side of Ohio Valley Bank in Gallipolis. Santa greeted every drive-up customer with a bag filled with candy and a magnetic chip clip sponsored by the bank. Despite the sunny weather and mild temperatures — as of 1 p.m. Friday, it was 65 degrees — Santa said he would much rather perspire as he recalled last year when he stood “in the rain, sleet and snow” for a few hours and was “chilled to the bone.” Temperatures on Sunday are predicted to reach possible record-breaking temperatures in lower to mid-70s across the Ohio Valley.
http://mydailytribune.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/web1_DSC_0405.jpgSanta spent a portion of Friday morning and early afternoon standing in the Third Avenue drive-thru side of Ohio Valley Bank in Gallipolis. Santa greeted every drive-up customer with a bag filled with candy and a magnetic chip clip sponsored by the bank. Despite the sunny weather and mild temperatures — as of 1 p.m. Friday, it was 65 degrees — Santa said he would much rather perspire as he recalled last year when he stood “in the rain, sleet and snow” for a few hours and was “chilled to the bone.” Temperatures on Sunday are predicted to reach possible record-breaking temperatures in lower to mid-70s across the Ohio Valley.
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