It snowed in Colorado last night—see it to believe it

It snowed in Colorado last night—see it to believe it

Last evening, primarily in the Summit County region, it snowed high up in the peaks of colorful Colorado.

Colorado joins the now-quite-long list of locations that have seen flurries over the past week, including Wyoming, Montana, Idaho, Utah, California, British Columbia and more. And just because it’s light and not nearly enough to ski on doesn’t mean we can’t all get a little giddy, right?

Social media evidence

A crispy cool start to this September morning!! #abasin #winteriscoming

A photo posted by Arapahoe Basin (@arapahoe_basin) on

Looks like we got some snow last night! ❄️ . Less than 50 days until Opening Day.

A photo posted by Keystone Resort (@keystone_resort) on

Our five peaks had a white blanket this morning. #Breck #winteriscoming

A photo posted by Breckenridge Ski Resort (@breckenridgemtn) on

Snow creepin' down the peaks this morning on Castle Creek. #winteriscoming (📷: @jswansonphoto )

A photo posted by Aspen Snowmass (@aspensnowmass) on

This morning's view! #coppermountain

A photo posted by Copper Mountain (@coppermtn) on

The Divide has snow! This is not a drill! #WinterParkResort #winteriscoming

A photo posted by Winter Park Resort (@winterparkresort) on


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