After several days of rain folks were finally starting to get back out in to the sun as were Robyn and James Showanes of Raleigh, who spontaneously gave each other a high five celebrating her pregnancy as they neared the end of the three mile Johnson Lake Park trail with their kids and dog Saturday, January 2, 2016. The sunny weather will continue through the weekend into next week with increasingly colder temperatures below freezing the next few nights as winter returns in the New Year.
After several days of rain folks were finally starting to get back out in to the sun as were Robyn and James Showanes of Raleigh, who spontaneously gave each other a high five celebrating her pregnancy as they neared the end of the three mile Johnson Lake Park trail with their kids and dog Saturday, January 2, 2016. The sunny weather will continue through the weekend into next week with increasingly colder temperatures below freezing the next few nights as winter returns in the New Year. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com
After several days of rain folks were finally starting to get back out in to the sun as were Robyn and James Showanes of Raleigh, who spontaneously gave each other a high five celebrating her pregnancy as they neared the end of the three mile Johnson Lake Park trail with their kids and dog Saturday, January 2, 2016. The sunny weather will continue through the weekend into next week with increasingly colder temperatures below freezing the next few nights as winter returns in the New Year. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com

Skies clear, wintry temperatures set to return to Triangle

January 02, 2016 06:02 PM

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