22 November 2020
Last week it was again both cold and warm.
At dawn on Thursday morning, 19 November, sunrise lit the clouds after a clear, cold night. Ice had started to form on Schenley Park’s Panther Hollow Lake. It was 6 degrees below normal on the day before.
Two days earlier we had our first daytime snow in the city.
By Friday 20 November the temperature was 17 degrees above normal(*).
No more ice.
(photos and video by Kate St. John)
(*) The normal average on 20 November is 41 degrees F in Pittsburgh.