Today we are supposed to hit a record-high temperature of around sixty degrees. Heavy fog during the night and early morning gave way to rush-hour rain. By the time I took this photo, right before teaching my first class of the day, the rain had stopped, leaving beads of water speckling the window of our department office.
Although I can’t make the picture any bigger on this page, if you click on the photo itself, you can enlarge it to see the droplets in clearer detail.
In typical Wisconsin fashion, today’s predicted high of 60˚ will be followed by Friday’s predicted low of −2˚.