We had a couple days of snow in the lowlands, but only a few inches of accumulation. Then it warmed up a little early Sunday morning, enough to melt the roads and get a good start on melting the snow. Our group was able to start Sunday mid-morning at 36° and raining lightly. It warmed up to 41, though the rain picked up, too. Riding was fine in the lowlands, though there was some residual snow on the shoulders of the lower hills. We didn't get above about 200'. But we had a wonderful ~3 hour ride! Stoker had some trepidation, this being her coldest wet ride yet, but she had a great time, stayed warm, and had dry feet at the end. She can't quite believe it. Good tandem fun with good tandem friends.
We wouldn't mind if it warmed up a little. This is that tough time of the year, when it really seems like we have suffered enough and spring should come. Not yet, though.