Fun in the snow

New snow and warmer temperatures in the region spurred a number of area residents to get outside and enjoy some winter activities. From left, Daija Linsmeyer, Carter Hartwell, Aliejae Dubsky and Myla Linsmeyer sled outside their homes on College Street in Quinnesec. (Theresa Proudfit/Daily News photo)
New snow and warmer temperatures in the region spurred a number of area residents to get outside and enjoy some winter activities. Laura LaValley of Kingsford and her mother, Robelle Degenaer of Vulcan, cross country ski in Iron Mountain’s City Park. (Theresa Proudfit/Daily News photo)

New snow and warmer temperatures in the region spurred a number of area residents to get outside and enjoy some winter activities. Daija Linsmeyer, Carter Hartwell, Aliejae Dubsky and Myla Linsmeyer sled outside their homes on College Street in Quinnesec. Laura LaValley of Kingsford and her mother, Robelle Degenaer of Vulcan, cross country ski in Iron Mountain’s City Park. The forecast for the next few days calls for high temperatures near 40 degrees, according to the National Weather Service office in Marquette.

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