Being in Oklahoma, our park users are used to seeing a wide range of quickly changing weather patterns. Those variations of temperature, wind, and precipitation give River Parks an ever-changing face to the public. On a calm day in the 70’s, one can expect to see trails full of families, cyclists, and runners. Animals of all kinds will be climbing or flying around the trees bordering the Arkansas River, and the occasional fox or eagle may even be spotted. This last week of 2012, however, has seen a traditional weather pattern take hold: temperatures in the ‘teens and brief bouts of freezing precipitation have been the norm. Our creative director, Matt Carver, stopped at the 41st Street Plaza and the 29th Street Pedestrian Bridge to capture some of the best “Winter at River Parks” moments in the video below.