A Massive Blizzard Blanketed Denver In Snow In 2003 And It Will Never Be Forgotten

If you lived in the Mile High City during the early 2000s, you know the answer to one of this generation’s greatest questions: Where were you during the blizzard of 2003? For me, I was stuck inside my entire spring break because of it (wah wah wahhhh) while others were flat-out trapped without electricity, stuck in their cars, or out trying to clean up the mess left behind by the unprecedented 31.8 inches of snow!

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Let’s take a quick look back at this unforgettable “storm of the century,” (via a short video uploaded by YouTube user sshuzam) which brought with it nearly 3 feet of new snow from March 17th to the 19th:

Now I must ask you the question for the ages: Where were YOU during the infamous blizzard of 2003?