Hard to shoot when you can't see
Tuesday looks like it will be green with some purple and lavender and a hint of white.
We're not talking about a figure-skating outfit; we're looking at the weather forecast map. And it doesn't look good.
CNN Senior Weather Producer Brandon Miller says Tuesday could be the first day of significant precipitation at the Winter Olympics, with the mountain venues looking at the possibility of rain mixed with sleet. There will be snow at higher elevations.
And the air could be thick with fog.
That means we might see a fourth postponement of the men's mass start biathlon event, which was pushed back from Sunday to Monday and then to Tuesday after fog spoiled the conditions.
Snowboard cross was also knocked back a day. Not even giant fans could blow away the fog.
You gotta love International Olympic Committee officials. They always see things on the bright side.
"I believe the temperatures are dropping in the last day or so," said IOC spokesman Mark Adams. "It seems to be that no event has been canceled so far compared with previous Games in Vancouver, Nagano and Sarajevo."
The Hero of Belarus
All hail Darya Domracheva! I'm sorry. You don't know her, do you? Well, you're not from Belarus then.
She's the leading gold medal winner at these Olympics (so far). In fact, she's only the 10th woman to win three golds in one Winter Games. And she's the winningest Olympian in her country's history.
If you're wondering, she's won three biathlon events -- the 10-kilometer pursuit, the 15-kilometer individual race and Monday's 12.5-kilometer mass start. She finished a measly ninth in the sprint event.
She's been named as a "Hero of Belarus" -- that'll look nice on a business card -- by President Alexander Lukashenko.
"From the depth of our souls we congratulate you on the Motherland's supreme award -- the Hero of Belarus title," he wrote, according to the English version of the country's website.
She said she is really happy about that title, but she just wants to relax now.
"Maybe it sounds strange, but I don't think I did something special," she told reporters. "I did my race and my biathlon. The (medals) record sounds great and it is amazing, but right now I just feel tired. I wish I could just lie in bed."