"I noticed a rainbow-colored pillar of light in my rear view mirror on my way home this morning, and when I got home, I noticed that it could be seen at the end of my street. So, I snapped this picture. This is looking East down E 27th Street."
"My carrier trudged through 3 foot drifts to make sure I got my porch delivery! Awesome service!"
Todd Hiatt braved the North Shore Trails at Clinton Lake
Donna Fairley's outdoor furniture is buried.
An operator of a small, city plow works to push the buildup of snow to a center median along Massachusetts Street on Wednesday morning as the city digs itself out from the snowstorm.
Lawrence resident Al Dieball gets an early start on his driveway at 5:45 a.m. on Wednesday morning as the city digs itself out from the snowstorm.
Will Tatu, Lawrence, squints as his sister Rose Tatu tosses a little snow his direction while playing in the front yard during Tuesday's snowfall. Nick Krug/Journal-World Photo
Helping someone was no problem for Weylin Lindeman, of Lawrence, as he stopped to help Hannah Johnson, also of Lawrence, who was stuck in the 1800 block of Kasold in heavy snow on Tuesday February 4, 2014.
Lawrence street crews stayed busy Tuesday February 4, 2014. By 3 p.m. more than 6 inches of snow covered the streets and crews were doubling up to clear the main thoroughfares, like these two trucks working north along Iowa Street.
Alaina Butler throwing a snowball at Christian Hopkins (not pictured).
Various Haskell students before leaving to go sledding
Gary Beckmer, who lives at 3415 Harvard, was busy on Tuesday trying to get some of the snow off his sidewalk.
Lawrence resident Lee Engelbrecht carries some bread to his apartment as he walks up the middle of the street during Tuesday's snowfall.
Valentine's Day-themed models in the window of Weaver's, 901 Massachusetts, look out onto the street as Kiki Bower, a Kansas University senior from Dallas and Brian Leeper, a Johnson County Community College student take a snowy stroll down Massachusetts Street on Tuesday. Nick Krug/Journal-World Photo
Walter Sondreal, 2, plays in the snow at the Lawrence Mutt Run Dog Park.
Hanna Sondreal, 23, at the Lawrence Mutt Run Dog Park.
Lawrence resident Cindy Gress dons a plush Jayhawk hat while sweeping away the snow from her front walkway during Tuesday's snowfall.
Dustin Nye, of Lawrence, looks out from the comfort of his tractor cab as he removed snow from a lot on Tuesday February 4, 2014.
Alyx Delgado, Lawrence, gets in a morning run despite Tuesday's snowfall.
Wheatfields employee Jeff Graue, takes a breather after shoveling the sidewalk along outside the bakery near the corner of Ninth and Vermont streets during Tuesday's snowfall.
Hannah Shaw and Daryl Bugner shield themselves from the blowing snow crossing Massachusetts Street around 10:30 a.m. Tuesday as a snowstorm was bounds through Lawrence.
By 9:30 a.m. Tuesday morning, February 4, 2014 people like Amy Timkar, Lawrence, were scraping their car windows.
A cyclist and a jogger brave the morning snow along the levee trail on Tuesday.
A mannequin torso strapped to a buggy begins to accumulate a dusting of snow during Tuesday's snowfall.
With his bike parked outside, Lawrence resident Michael Mumford waits for a bus during Tuesday's snowfall.
Matthew Obermeier heads to work across KU's campus as the snow was starting to fall on February 4, 2014.
Sherry Clayton hides out from the snow at Wheatfields.
A jogger was out at 5:30 a.m. Tuesday getting in an early morning run before a possible 6 to 10 inches of snow was expected to fall in the Lawrence area.
Lawrence city street crews were out at 5:30 a.m. Tuesday laying down a salt-sand mix for motorists.
Lawrence resident Theresa Martin brushes the snow from her vehicle while her dog, Finny keeps close by on Wednesday morning as the city digs itself out from the snow storm. Nick Krug/Journal-World Photo
A pedestrian walks through the snow-covered steets of East Lawrence on Wednesday morning as the city digs itself out from the snow storm. Nick Krug/Journal-World Photo
Tara Soto, left, and Janelle Blalock, work to fix a problem involving the bumper of a friend, Marissa Jessepe's vehicle as it became dislodged after snow had built up below it while driving, Wednesday morning. Nick Krug/Journal-World Photo
Lawrence resident Jeremy Stacy waits for a ride to work along Sixth Street on Wednesday morning as the city digs itself out from the snow storm. Nick Krug/Journal-World Photo
Paraguayan students, left Bianca Segovia and middle Karen Allende, see snow for the first time. Right, FreeState senior Alyssa Hicks (white pants).
Jeremy Mireles who works a Johnny's Tavern at 401 N 2nd St. in north Lawrence walks to work past some heavy icicles in Wednesday's cold temperatures.
Sophia Riedemann, Lawrence, has a little fun with her dog, Shiloh, as she shovels the front walkway outside her home on Wednesday morning as the city digs itself out from the snowstorm.
Kansas University senior Lexi Mounts digs her car out of the snow along Tennessee Street on Wednesday morning while preparing to head to Topeka for work.
Lucian Stewart, 2, plays in his backyard in North Lawrence.
Kansas University senior Kelsey Lamer, Salina, wipes snow from the hood of her 1971 Volkswagen Beetle on Wednesday.
Our picnic table in the backyard, in Centennial Neighborhood, with ruler measuring 11” of snow. Photo by Gloria Jacob.
Leon McCoy's dog, Maple, is enjoying the snow.
The train at Watston Park, covered in snow.
Sledders brave the cold and trek up the hill.
Shauna Pilcher's little sister was on a mission to find the largest icicle. She found one about as tall as her 5-foot, 3-inch frame.