It could nonetheless be August, however snow is on the way in which for the mountains in Colorado.
“We’ve acquired a bit of system that’s going to be shifting throughout Colorado tonight,” Scott Entrekin, a meteorologist with the Nationwide Climate Service in Boulder, mentioned. “It appears like there shall be sufficient chilly air in that system to provide snow.”
Entrekin mentioned areas within the mountains above about 11,000 toes from Summit County northward to the Wyoming border are more than likely to see some flakes however don’t anticipate any accumulation.
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“No matter falls shall be principally melting,” Entrekin mentioned.
Entrekin mentioned summer season snowfall just isn’t all that unusual in Colorado and it’s even potential to see flurries above the treeline as early as July.
Down in Denver, the earliest snow on report fell on Sept. 3, 1961.
Even when the storm system doesn’t produce snow, Entrekin mentioned there needs to be some aid for hearth crews who’re battling wildfires throughout the state.
“It would at the least give some rain showers that may profit the present forest fires which can be occurring and provides our parched soil some moisture,” he mentioned.