In Williams County, every available driver and truck was put into service to fight what turned out to be a record snowfall this past weekend.
County officials reported, according to the Bryan Times, that all 17 available county snowplow trucks, including one that is normally kept aside as a spare, were out plowing snow from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Sunday.
Trucks were out for another 12-hour day on Monday. County officials say that due to the high winds, coupled with the heavy snow, trucks were only plowing on Sunday and Monday, and they were not using any salt or sand.
More clean-up is on the schedule for today, when workers will begin to treat the roads with salt and sand, and the clean up is expected to continue for the better part of this week.
The big storm shut down the Williams County Courthouse and all county offices on Monday.