Stormy-looking clouds glide past in the distance behind horses in a corral Friday morning as sunshine glistens off melting snow along Highway 397 about two miles east of South Olympia Street south of Kennewick. The bright sunshine and temperatures reaching into the upper 40s dominated the day, giving relief to recent overcast skies and frigid temperatures around the Mid-Columbia. Clear skies and warm temperatures are forecast again for Saturday.
Stormy-looking clouds glide past in the distance behind horses in a corral Friday morning as sunshine glistens off melting snow along Highway 397 about two miles east of South Olympia Street south of Kennewick. The bright sunshine and temperatures reaching into the upper 40s dominated the day, giving relief to recent overcast skies and frigid temperatures around the Mid-Columbia. Clear skies and warm temperatures are forecast again for Saturday. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald
Stormy-looking clouds glide past in the distance behind horses in a corral Friday morning as sunshine glistens off melting snow along Highway 397 about two miles east of South Olympia Street south of Kennewick. The bright sunshine and temperatures reaching into the upper 40s dominated the day, giving relief to recent overcast skies and frigid temperatures around the Mid-Columbia. Clear skies and warm temperatures are forecast again for Saturday. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald

Winter storm clouds slide past Tri-Cities as sunshine dominates the day

February 10, 2017 07:36 PM

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