I know Julie London never sang about "a foggy day in Prescott Valley town" but she could have today.
As a rain and snow filled second storm moved across Northern Arizona it left fog obscuring our ancient volcano, Glassford Hill, in that top photo.
Earlier this morning, all I could see looking toward the other side of town was fog but it was lifting as I took this photograph.
The cool (not really cold) temperatures and rain on the street created a somewhat drab scene.
The other day I donned my cold weather coat for an excursion into a snowy world after the battery died in my car as it was parked in my garage.
Yes, that is not a happy camper.
But a new battery was purchased and installed and today this is all I can find in my driveway from our snowstorm of New Year's Eve.
Warmer, drier weather and happier days are just around the corner.