I've been behind on posting recently. This has been a very unique week of weather across the area. On Monday, March 3, the temperature was near 70 degrees. The next day, the temperatures dropped through the day and freezing rain moved in coating everything in ice. Interestingly enough though, in the valley, there was no ice. I was driving home from work and as I began to climb out of the valley on Sanes Creek I began to see the ice as the elevation climbed. At the top of the hill it was like an ice wonderland. It was amazing to see such a hugh change in such a short distance considering the change in elevation is only 275 feet. Now today, we're in the midst of a winter storm.