Whiplash weather in Westminster

Photos by Scott Taylor
Posted 7/10/19

A heavy early evening rainstorm led officials to put Westminster’s City Park July 4 festival on hold briefly but the show and subsequent fireworks were never really in danger. By 8 p.m. July 4, the …

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Whiplash weather in Westminster

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A heavy early evening rainstorm led officials to put Westminster’s City Park July 4 festival on hold briefly but the show and subsequent fireworks were never really in danger. By 8 p.m. July 4, the clouds had cleared sufficiently for the band to return, setting the stage for Westminster’s fireworks show.

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