A variety of weather was experienced last week in the region.
From frost to fog, the weather pattern was active.
Earlier in the week, snow and cold temperatures dominated and ice and frost formations could be found.
Toward the end of the week, the sun was seen and temperatures were on the rise.
The warmer air moving over the area’s snow pack made for dense fog in some areas on Sunday and Monday.
Starting today, temperatures will cool off a bit into the 20s for a couple of days and then be on the rise again for the weekend. Highs on Friday, Saturday and Sunday are expected to reach the mid to upper 40s.
However, it looks like the chance for any snow cover may be dwindling at least in the near future.
While, snow is forecast for Tuesday and Wednesday, not much accumulation is expected.
And with temperatures on the rise for the weekend, any trace of snow may disappear.
A Walk in the Woods contains photos from newsroom staffer Anna Applegate’s daily jaunts around her neck of the woods. Tagging along on the treks are dogs, Buford, Sherman and Sadie, and goats, Kyle and Kennedy. Applegate manages the Good Times and can be emailed at firstname.lastname@example.org.