This news just in! Wolverines and Spartans alike have observed the Michigan Blue Sky in February! Typically seen only in the summer and fall, the MBS has graced naturalists with a dazzling display of azure and teal hues. Accompanying the MBS in a beautiful confluence is the misanthropic Distant Yellow Orb (or, in technical terms, sunshine). This amazing, and seasonally variable, display of both MSB and D-Yo is cause for a long and pleasant run through beautiful snow-covered parks.