A smattering of the promised snow fell on the Front Range overnight.
The National Weather Service says the Denver International Airport recorded a trace of snow, while Boulder saw a tenth of an inch. This first snowfall is about a month earlier than average for the Front Range.
Up north saw a little more:
And here's a roundup of photos from the rest of the Front Range:
A little bit of fog and snow mixing in here at the Palmer Divide pic.twitter.com/WcLB3k88Ye— Daryl Orr (@WxTrackerDaryl) September 12, 2014
Red Stone ridge rd in Palmer Lake pic.twitter.com/Qj1Jq4kWo5— Daryl Orr (@WxTrackerDaryl) September 12, 2014
This weekend...laying by the pool..LOL pic.twitter.com/LqUmVpY1SU— Daryl Orr (@WxTrackerDaryl) September 12, 2014
Take a look at this view Joe Polonsky shared from Palmer Lake this morning. It's like a winter wonderland! pic.twitter.com/7hqmxsvibJ— KRDO NewsChannel 13 (@KRDONC13) September 12, 2014
But don't expect the snow to stick around.
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