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Sights of the first snow in Columbia

After four record breaking high temperatures in early November, Columbia and mid-Missouri residents saw the first snow of the season on Monday night. Flurries continued into Tuesday morning. Temperatures are excepted to remain cold throughout the week, according to a weather report from KOMU 8 News, with lows in the 10s and 20s. 

The first snow

The first snow of the season falls outside of the Rise on 9th apartment building in downtown Columbia on Monday.

Snow falls at the corner

Snow falls at the corner of Elm Street and Ninth Street on Monday.

Snow falls around the Columns

Snow falls around the Columns on Monday. Snow began late Monday evening and continued throughout the night.

Snowpeople sit on one of the columns

Snowpeople sit on one of the columns on Monday at the Francis Quadrangle. Most of the snow melted by Tuesday morning.

Pools of water collect in the Hitt Street

Pools of water collect in the Hitt Street parking garage as the first snow of the season falls outside on Monday.

Lights from downtown illuminate

Lights from downtown illuminate a bush as snow falls on Monday at the northeast entrance to MU.

  • Visuals editor, Fall 2022 Studying Photo and Documentary Journalism Reach me at meb7ft@umsystem.edu, or in the newsroom at 882-5720

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