|Source: Loveland Ski Area|
Portions of the Colorado Rockies got a dusting of snow yesterday (Monday) morning as a weak front traversed the region.
Fall is the one time of year when Colorado can sometimes get the goods over Utah. Owing to altitude and the somewhat colder, continental climate, they often see more early season snow than the Wasatch. In addition, the snowpack hasn't decomposed yet into nasty avalanche-prone depth hoar, as it usually does during the Colorado winter.
Have no fear. We always catch up eventually.