Denver weather bites back

Monday, Apr 2, 1945

Yesterday was “the nastiest day I have ever seen in Denver and that includes all the snowstorms,” Mommy wrote home today. “The sun never showed his face, a cold wet wind was blowing from gray skies, and in the middle of the afternoon a scattered freezing rain with a snow flake or two started to fall… not even a pretty out and out snow. It was a day to draw the blinds, light the lamps, and sit before the fire.” And read the comics!

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