Colorado snowpack more than double the average

Snowpack in some areas of northern Colorado is more than three times above average.

Statewide, Colorado snowpack stands at 212% of average for early November.

Ski resorts are reporting record snow levels and opening earlier than usual. All of that snow has also  forced the earliest closure of Independence Pass in nearly a decade.

Thanks to Jack Hydrazine for this link

4 thoughts on “Colorado snowpack more than double the average”

  1. Why do you keep talking about record snow when we already told you that global warming, oh, excuse me, climate change is real? (sarcasm)

  2. Well we all know globull warming, sorry, cliemate change, causes hot and cold weather, droughts and heavy precipitation. It definitely has nothing to do with the deep solar minimum and cosmic radiation increasing… (also sarcasm)

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