Monthly Archives: January 2014

Snow Fleas in Snow Crystals

  By MaryBeth Pottratz Friday is a welcome respite from yesterday’s bitter cold, and even deeper biting cold yet to come. I smell the freshness of new snow in the air and hurry to the Arb, where I grab a … Continue reading

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Fruit Full of Promise

By Greg Lecker After rising, the sun disappeared behind the skull cap of overcast cover.  Morning temperatures are still comfortable – nearly 20 degrees F; but by evening, an arctic vortex of “mature” polar air is forecast to spin into … Continue reading

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