Raining Cats And Dogs

Sun Valley resident Peggy Goldwyn braves a cold, steady rain Sunday in Ketchum, complete with an umbrella illustrated with zany canines and felines—it was, as the saying goes, raining cats and dogs. One week ago, on Wednesday, Jan. 12, the average temperature recorded at the Ketchum Ranger District office for a 24-hour period was 5.5 degrees. Now, the Wood River Valley is experiencing its usual January thaw, and the average temperature for a 24-hour span Tuesday, Jan. 18, was 32. "We were in a deep freeze, then we jumped up to a banana belt," District Ranger Kurt Nelson said. Photo by Willy Cook

Wednesday, January 19, 2011

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