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Valentine’s Snow-prise

Summer Breeze, the statue of a woman holding onto her hat at the corner of Nevada Way and Arizona Street, was dusted with snow Tuesday as a storm brought snow flurries along with strong winds.

Hali Bernstein Saylor/Boulder City Review

The historic Boulder Dam Hotel, above, was dusted with snow Tuesday when a storm brought blizzardlike conditions to Boulder City for a few hours.

The grass at Wilbur Square Park, right, in downtown Boulder City was covered with snow Tuesday when a winter storm brought strong winds, hail and snow.

Photo courtesy Roberta Carlin

Snow covered a backyard of a home near Northridge Drive and Yuma Court on Tuesday.

Photo courtesy Roberta Carlin

Snow covered rooftops and yards near Northridge Drive and Yuma Court on Tuesday.

Hali Bernstein Saylor/Boulder City Review

Snow covered window ledges and decorations at the Western and Mexican Center on Nevada Way in downtown Boulder City on Tuesday. A winter storm brought blizzard-like conditions that included strong winds, snow and hail to the community for several hours.

By Hali Bernstein Saylor

Boulder City Review

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