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Baby, it’s cold outside…

A day after snow covered the local mountains, Claremonters woke Tuesday to frigid temperatures that froze the water in this birdbath solid. The third in a series of winter storms is expected to blow through the area beginning Thursday. However, it does not appear that the overnight temperatures will be as low. Nonetheless, following weeks of dry weather, January is promising to keep the rain gauges full for the time being. COURIER photo/Steven Felschundneff

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