The strange weather that kicked off the month of November with snow in Edgefield County, Nov. 1, and lingered with unseasonably cold temperatures throughout the month seems to be continuing still with Sunday night’s wind storm. While no tornado was reported, the Westside of the county experienced high winds that, according to Emergency Management Director Suzy Spurgeon, reached peak speeds of 40-60 mph. Those winds knocked down trees and left many residents without power for nearly two hours. There were no injuries reported due to the wind, however, a tree fell on a truck on Walker Road during the strange weather event, and a motorist ran into a downed tree on Meeting Street. With the wild weather of November, one can only image what December and January have in store for us!