A surprise late Spring storm battered our community today. With official reports indicating the neighborhood received a beating by hail of 3.0" diameter, the Community Association was pleased to report that only 21 homes were hit by direct lightning strikes, and only 127 households lost windows, while 643 suffered visible roofing damage. "The fire department only had to respond to 36 households" said Mesha of the community center proudly." She continued "compared to last year, I think the neighborhood is really going to see an improvement in the wild weather conditions that afflict the area." Weather conditions along the front range continue to be an impromptu source of media coverage for the neighborhood, logged within the rotating atmospheric swirl known as the 'Denver Convection Zone'. Weather resumed being temperate hours later, and a blizzard with up to four feet of snow was predicted for the neighborhood one and a half weeks later.
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