February 3, 2011
The wind leaves its mark in the ridges of snow Wednesday morning in Stephens Lake Park.
The harsh beauty of winter is echoed in the silhouette of thorns against the untrampled snow Wednesday at Stephens Lake Park.
The sun lights up the freshly fallen snow Wednesday just after dawn, casting long shadows in Stephens Lake Park.
Early morning light illuminates the edge of a snow drift near Riechmann Pavilion in Stephens Lake Park on Wednesday. The highlight on the right side of the drift is sunlight reflecting off one of the windows of the pavilion.
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Columbia residents awoke to a chilly Thursday morning as the sun rose near Stephens Lake Park. The National Weather Service has issued a wind chill advisory for Boone County.
This frame grab from KOTV video in Tulsa, Okla., shows a crew rescuing people who were trapped in a vehicle that plummeted from a bridge into the Spring River on Thursday near Miami, Okla. Three people have died in the accident and Oklahoma authorities say the pickup truck was carrying as many as eight people when it drove off of snow-covered Interstate 44 and into the river.
In the early Thursday morning light, a parhelion or solar halo, is seen in the sky to the left of the sun from Stephens Lake Park. A parhelion is caused when ice crystals in the atmosphere refract the light of the sun.
February 2, 2011
Missouri coach Mike Anderson, center, pleads with the referees during the second half of the Tigers' loss Wednesday night at Oklahoma State.
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The snowstorm brought large amounts of snow to Missouri. Here’s the accumulation in inches as of Wednesday
Hunter Rottinghaus, 9, shows on Wednesday the couch where he slept Tuesday night in the Little Theater at Ragtag Cinema. Rottinghaus' parents stayed the night in an office above the adjacent Uprise Bakery, which they own, while letting Hunter and other employees stay the night in the two movie theaters during the blizzard.
Columbia resident Bill Wheatley uses a snow blower to help his neighbor, Justin Toke, clear his driveway of snow on Wednesday.
Clara Strathausen, 8, takes off down the sledding hill at Stephens Lake Park after a push from her neighbor, Scott Southwick, Wednesday afternoon. Clara was at the hill with the Southwick-Rymph family, including Catherine Rymph, standing at left, and their children, Polly Southwick, 8, and Linus Southwick, 6.
Sledders take to a relatively untouched sledding hill at Stephens Lake Park.
Mara Akers, 5, plays in the snow tunnel she started making in her front yard on Anthony Street on Wednesday. With a day off of school, the snow kept Mara busy.
A track system allows the hoop house to be rolled onto whichever section of land needs to be covered at a particular time.
Dan Kuebler shows off his hoop house, which was funded by the federal Environmental Quality Incentives Program, on his farm near Ashland last week. A hoop house is a structure that consists of wood and metal framing covered by a plastic material that insulates the air and soil inside, resulting in temperatures that can be twice as high as those outside.