The rare ice bear of Bainbridge | Photo of the day 2.21

Grin and bear it: One of the bear sculptures outside the Chevron station on High School Road is covered with frost on a chilly Wednesday morning.

There will be no escape into the warmth of hibernation for the trio of bronzed bruins at the gas station; the weather for the rest of the week is expected to stay cold.

Snow is likely for the island after 4 p.m. Wednesday, according to the National Weather Service in Seattle, and more snow may be coming overnight.

Thursday is expected to be mostly sunny, but the wind chill will keep the temperature between 23 and 31 degrees.

There will also be a chance of snow Friday.

(Brian Kelly | Bainbridge Island Review)

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