Ya know, with the weather torturing you like this, maybe you'll want to plant started veggie plants to make up for lost time when winter *finally* looses her grip on the Frozen North's throat.
I know that, when I was a kid, my father said that, in Denver and Cheyenne, you could only count on the growing season being from Memorial Day to Labor Day. If that.
I drove coast to coast one year in late April and I-80 was CLOSED on April 28 by a blizzard in western Nebraska and eastern Wyoming. I finally made it to Cheyenne (no radio in my even-then-old VW Bug) at 10:00 that night, the last vehicle moving westward up the gradual slopes from the Plains to the Rockies.
I'm surprised sometimes that there isn't a "Self-Defense for Gardeners against the Weather" forum here, but maybe we just sneak it in everywhere...you with the cold, us with the drought vs. drowning scenario, etc.
Sunset Zone 17, USDA Zone 9