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The Sun makes an appearance over the snow as seen from Cherry Street (February 7, 2017). Photo courtesy of Bryan Nelson

No need to fear the bright object in the sky (reader photos)

The bright yellow object in the southeastern sky is the Sun. It can be seen every morning when there is sufficient clearing of the clouds, such as this morning. But it has been several days since it has made an appearance.

Neighbors grabbed their cameras to capture the sight, possibly knowing the days ahead are forecast to be gray and rainy. If you have a picture of today’s Sun appearance in Ferndale to share, text it to 360-223-1438 or email to news@discoverferndale.com.

sun on the snow - paul ingram
Sun on the snow in Ferndale (February 7, 2017). Photo courtesy of Paul Ingram
icicles hanging on a sunny day - art Rojsza
Icicles hanging off the “clock tower” on a sunny day (February 7, 2017). Photo courtesy of Art Rojsza

 

looking at the nooksack from douglas rd - Lorraine Robinson
Looking toward the east from Douglas Road (February 7, 2017). Photo courtesy of Lorraine Robinson

 

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sun on the snow in Ferndale - Anita Goecke
Sun on the snow in Ferndale (February 7, 2017). Photo courtesy of Anita Goecke

 

sunrise in the snow from thornton street 2017-02-07 - photo from a reader
Sunrise in the snow as seen from Thornton Street (February 7, 2017). Photo courtesy of Carol Erickson

 

sunrise in the snow from cherry street 2017-02-07 - photo bryan nelson
The Sun makes an appearance over the snow as seen from Cherry Street (February 7, 2017). Photo courtesy of Bryan Nelson

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