There is a cloudless sky overhead, and it is a bright 55 day in mid February as I write this. Yes, it is too warm, too sunny, and the snowpack melts quickly. That is not good news here.
However, I have just discovered a weather story in one of my very old newspapers. This is from the 1939, February edition of the monthly “Valmora Sun.” published by our tuberculosis patients who were “taking the cure” there, with my doctor father, Carl Gallenthien, where I was born and raised.