4:34 PM: Thanks for the rainbow photos you’re sending! Beautiful sight, just before sunset, after some golden afternoon sunshine. But it’s the long-range forecast that’s drawing attention right now. The National Weather Service continues to see the possibility of snow showers toward the end of the weekend. There seems to be no doubt that cold air is on the way in – the main question, as noted in the NWS’s newest “forecast discussion,” is whether the cold air will coincide with enough moisture for snow showers. At this point, it’s not expected to be possible any sooner than Sunday night.
7:58 PM: Adding a few more of your photos. First, from Max:
And from Michael – that’s Jefferson Square under the rainbow:
Chris took the next photo from the Admiral Way Viewpoint and observed, “I was so impressed with how many people decided to stop and do the same thing. I’m glad to live in a community where people appreciate these kinds of things.”
So are we!
EARLY THURSDAY: Adding even more rainbow photos. From Carol Wagener:
From James Tilley:
And from Chuck Pliske:
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