Onthesnow.com is reporting snow in the mountain of northern Colorado this morning. Not much more than a dusting, but snow in August is significant, nonetheless.
The above image is from the Rocky Mountain National Park visitor’s center at 11,800-feet. All the snow that fell last night fell above the visitor’s center.
The rest of the week in CO is looking dry, which is normal.
Is this August snowfall a sign of anything to come this winter? Nope.
Is this August snowfall kinda cool? Yep.