DENVER (CBS4) – A wind-driven snow hit the top of Pikes Peak late Saturday night.READ MORE: Allegheny County Police Investigating Human Remains Found In Penn Hills
The National Weather Service in Pueblo tweeted a picture of the squall.
We’ll, that didn’t take long. It’s September 1st and winter has returned to the summit of Pikes Peak. These images, captured around 11:15 pm, are courtesy of the Pikes Peak Cog Railway and the City of Colorado Springs. The temperature at the time of these images was 30°. #cowx pic.twitter.com/5m0JJHZe05
— NWS Pueblo (@NWSPueblo) September 2, 2018
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Based on webcams it looks like perhaps up to an inch of wet snow accumulated.
Late summer snow is quite common across the high elevations of Colorado.MORE NEWS: Eradicate Hate Global Summit Coming To Pittsburgh This Week
More could fall this week as a cool and unsettled weather pattern remains in place.
— Chris Spears (@ChrisCBS4) September 2, 2018