SUMMER SNOW STORM hits Colorado with continued wildfire impacts!

Earliest snowfall in decades impacts Denver and the Colorado Foothills a day after temperatures soared into the 90s with falling ash from the Cameron Peak Fire west of Fort Collins. An insane upper-level low is closing off down near the Four Corners Region, with a moist conveyor belt of upslope flow dumping several inches of summer SNOW on the Foothills and a few inches down in Denver. September 8, 2020. Hope you enjoy my weather reports.

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