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Bird bath Crows bathe in rainwater puddling in the gutter alongside Trading Bay Road on Wednesday in Kenai. Tuesday morning brought a little wet snow accumulation to the central Kenai Peninsula, but by midafternoon, temperatures had warmed and taken the snow with them, turning the precipitation to rain. The rain continued throughout Wednesday with temperatures hanging around 40. The National Weather Service is forecasting the rain to continue through Friday morning with highs staying around the mid- to upper 40s. (Photo by Elizabeth Earl/Peninsula Clarion)

Crows bathe in rainwater pudding in the gutter alongside Trading Bay Road on Wednesday in Kenai. Tuesday morning brought a little wet snow accumulation to the central Kenai Peninsula, but by midafternoon, temperatures had warmed and taken the snow with them, turning the precipitation to rain. The rain continued throughout Wednesday with temperatures hanging around 50. The National Weather Service is forecasting the rain to continue through Friday morning with highs staying around the mid- to upper 40s (Photo by Elizabeth Earl/Peninsula Clarion)

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