Lots of snow fell in Meeker each day last week, culminating with about 10 inches more on Christmas Day. That made for some interesting driving around town, dodging piles of snow up to seven feet high between the lanes on some of the main streets, like this shot of the intersection at 6th and Main streets on Sunday afternoon. While little snow has been expected this week, the clear skies will mean frosty temperatures, such as Monday morning’s minus-19 degrees.
RBC | The White River National Forest’s winter motor vehicle use season begins Nov. 23 and ends May 20. During the winter season, all wheeled vehicles (including bikes) are limited to plowed routes or routes […]
It took about 30 minutes for heavy snow to blanket Meeker on Monday morning before it warmed up and started to melt. The snow fell until about 1 p.m., but the warm temperatures were melting […]