⛄ Dreaming of cooler times ⛄


Playing in some fluffy snow sounds like a dream right now, doesn't it? With today's high expected to be 102 degrees, we're longing for cooler days.

Here are five snowy photos from the 60s. Click here to see more!


Shoutout to Ken Newman for making a sign, telling fellow Tucsonans the glorious news of the day: It was snowing! The sign stood at Old Spanish Trail and Golf Links Road on Dec. 23, 1965... until it melted. Credit: Tucson Citizen


These poor snowmen were starting to thin out 😢 as the day's temperature warmed up on Dec. 17, 1967. Credit: Tucson Citizen


Mothballed planes covered with snow at Davis-Monthan AFB in Tucson on Feb. 10, 1965. The Rincon Mountains are in the background. Credit: Tucson Citizen


Women throw snowballs in Reid Park, Tucson, on March 3, 1964. We are so jealous! Credit: Tucson Citizen


Snowfall at Hi Corbett Field, Tucson, on March 3, 1964. Doesn't it make you want to make a snow angel? Credit: Tucson Citizen

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