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Photos: Snowflakes cold and colorful

By Shelly Hanks, WSU Photos Services

PULLMAN, Wash. – Dry, crystalline snow will remain on the ground for some days as the weather clears and turns unseasonably cold into the weekend, according to the area forecast.

Snowflake_6734Clouds may roll in by the weekend as temperatures warm, and new snow is expected early next week.

Photographer Shelly Hanks, of Washington State University Photo Services, captured snowflakes with her camera this week, including some with colored light.

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