Yesterday it was 82 degrees, close to a record high, in Denver. It was as if summer had arrived in one day, with students sunning themselves at the University of Colorado, and people everywhere doing what Coloradans do during the summer: biking, walking, throwing Frisbees.
Yesterday is like a dream. You wouldn't know it happened. Today it snowed, and tonight the lows will drop to 20. Here are some photos of the return of winter.
The humidity here isn't merely a statistical aspect of the weather, like the temperature and the times of the sunrise and sunset. It's different from the forecast, which is about the future and therefore, abstract.
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