On our trip down to Roundrock on Sunday, we drove through some rain, and overhead the vault of the sky was a leaden gray. The forecast promised blue skies and warm temps, but it was only hope that kept me believing it.
Yet the sky delivered. At about noon, the gloomy gray clouds began to separate and drift away, replaced by big puffy white clouds. And the temperature climbed into the sixties. Not bad for early February in Missouri.
I took this photo from the porch of the cabin, which is a nice place to be in just about any weather.