The last snows to come through this area were about two weeks ago, and of course it's been quite cold, so that snow is still with us. It gave the streets and highway departments time to clean the roads nicely. At least, that was until the freezing fog we've had the last four days, which left a goodly deposit of frost on the pavement. This morning was fog-free, a welcome change for the daily commute.
There's always a "but" in winter, isn't there?
But Wunderground says we'll get 5" to 8" later today/tonight, an inch tomorrow, 2" to 4" more on Sunday, 3" to 5" on Monday, and another 1" to 3" Monday night.
Then the bottom is to fall out of the thermometer. -13° F. Tuesday night, -18 Wednesday and Thursday nights, and so on.
In other words, it's January in Alaska. :)