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PHOTO GALLERY: Columbia adjusts to changing weather

Tuesday, January 17, 2012 | 9:07 p.m. CST

Though Monday's weather broke the record high temperature for the date at 70 degrees, temperatures Tuesday were much colder.  Temperatures fell as low as the 20s Tuesday morning, making it necessary for people in Columbia to bundle up to go outside.

A man crosses fifth street while walking down Elm in Columbia on Tuesday. The temperature dropped below freezing, even though temperatures in Columbia reached a record high the day before.
Ali Herzog walks to work at Shakespease's Pizza Tuesday afternoon January 17, 2012. She walks or bikes two miles regardless of the season to get to work.
Whitney Palecek walks to Starbucks in between her classes at MU on Tuesday afternoon January 17, 2012. Palecek is a fourth year pharmacy student.
Erica Toti, 24 (Left) sips coffee to keep warm while Jill Hicks, 27 (Right) holds tightly to her hood while walking up 9th Street in downtown Columbia on Tuesday. Residents were reminded of the winter months ahead after temperatures dropped from record-breaking highs the day before to a very cold 27 degrees.
Garrett Holzum wears shorts while leaving the MU Student Recreation Complex on Tuesday afternoon.
View of the sunset from the top of the Fifth and Walnut parking garage on Tuesday evening.

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