Mostly cloudy today with moments of blue sky peeking through, but not often and not in this picture.
For the past few days the temperatures have been reaching a balmy 20 F/-7 C. The road salt is working now and the roads are passable.
For now we can bundle up warm, drive on the main roads without skidding, and enjoy wearing our woolies. The country roads where I live are covered with packed snow and require some caution.
For most of the day it's been gently snowing.
Now that it's warmer, we're getting the pretty, fluffy flakes again.
Very little accumulation, just enough to freshen up the top layer.
Glory is sure there are some rabbits taking shelter in this thicket.
It's possible the worst days of winter are over. But not probable. A Michigander is asking for disappointment when having thoughts of spring in early February.