When I watch the weather channel and see snow is falling where snow shouldn't be falling, I get mad. Like, Atlanta? The Carolinas?
Granted, yesterday was chilly here in Denver, but THERE WAS NO SNOW.
Lake effect, lake effect, lake effect - would someone blow a big hole to the west of Colorado, create a great lake then usher cold air over it?
But that'd take out Utah. There are nice people in Utah. Moab is in Utah which has Arches National Park.
Nah. That wouldn't work. Whatever snow comes this way gets sucked up by the mountains leaving Denver sunny and dry.
The snow-making lake would have to take out half the Rockies, and I like the mountains. They are fun to hike and camp in.
Colorado touts itself as ski country. It was 78 two days ago. I think we need to clarity by adding the word, water. Water skiing is what you have when the temps go up in the mountains at the ski resorts.
If I want to see snow, I need to buy myself a snow globe and shake it in front of my face all day.