Cold weather shelters to open for storm

Several inches of snow fell across the area in February 2015.

Several area shelters will be open for the approaching storm.

Miracle Hill Mission in Greenville, Spartanburg, and Cherokee counties will be open as well as the Salvation Army.

Miracle Hill Mission, Spartanburg: 189 N Forest St.

Miracle Hill Mission, Greenville: 575 W Washington St.

Miracle Hill Mission, Gaffney: 227 Henderson St.

If you are in the Duncan area Duncan United Methodist Church have opened their doors for those who need a warm place to stay.

Asheville and Buncombe County have activated their Code Purple services to add extra floor, cot, and bed space at shelters to keep everyone warm during the storm.

The Shelters available in Asheville are:

A-Hope Day Center – 19 North Ann Street
ABCCM Veteran’s Quarters – 1329 Tunnel Road
Salvation Army – 204 Haywood Street
Western Carolina Rescue Ministries – 225 Patton Avenue

Greenville, Spartanburg, and Anderson County Emergency Management have additional shelters on standby for the storm.

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