PHOTO GALLERY: Winter weather offers a variety of views
Wednesday, January 18, 2012 | 8:48 p.m. CST;
updated 9:48 a.m. CST, Thursday, January 19, 2012
COLUMBIA — Temperatures dropped Tuesday and Wednesday, after an unseasonably high temperature of 70 degrees Monday. This broke the record high for that date, up one degree from the previous high recorded in 1990.
The chillier weather offered a variety of views in Columbia as residents donned warm winter clothes.
The chilly weather doesn't stop Ethan Payer and the rest of the MU lacrosse team from practicing Wednesday afternoon. The team's first match of the season is against Missouri Baptist University on Feb. 25.
Davis Holland (left) and McKenzie Wilsoncroft work on cleaning the landscape outside MU's Townsend Hall on Wednesday.
The ice melts on Wednesday at Peace Park as the temperatures rose to a high of 36 degrees from a low of 10 degrees.
Two cyclists and their dog head down Elm Street toward the MKT Nature and Fitness Trail downtown Columbia on Wednesday.
The MU smokestacks are thrown into sharp relief against the vibrant sunset Wednesday.
Sarah Billington, 30, left, Kenny Keune, 24, center, and Linda Mazuranic, 62, take a coffee break in front of Coffee Zone in downtown Columbia on Wednesday.
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