This was true Wisconsin Frosty run.
We started out running around the neighborhood with a very gentle drizzle.
The drizzle switched over to sleet around mile 2. I quickly discovered that the best way to run in sleet is with your head down. Otherwise - Ouch! The temperature was 28 when we left, so the sleet that continued to come down started to accumulate on the ground and it started to become slippery. Somewhere around 4 1/2 miles the sleet stopped.
As we were heading back to the house it started to snow. . . . and then just as we were near the house it started to thunder. Thunder Snow!
We had a great run - 5.1 miles in 50 minutes. The temp's were comfy and the change in weather kept it interesting. Thanks to my son, who came out to capture a picture of us heading back down the street. ;-)
Then it was off to church. The rest of the day was spent running a few errands, making a pot roast for dinner, relaxing and watching the UW Men's Basketball team beat Penn St. ;-)
Enjoy the day!