The weather is going crazy in Colorado. You wouldn’t think that just a couple of days could bring about such radical changes, but locals are puzzled over what an unusual 48 hours they had this week: they went from scorching heat to snow!
The Colorado Climate Center states that a station in the state’s southeastern part reported 104 degrees Fahrenheit (40 degrees Celsius) on September 6 and 3.9 inches (9.9 centimeters) of snow just 48 hours later. Of course, the amount of snow varied from area to area: some places got just an inch while others marveled at nearly a foot of it.
Meanwhile, locals reported massive temperature swings (huge drops of 60 to 70 degrees Fahrenheit aka 15.5 to 21 degrees Celsius) in just under a day. Now, they’re posting photos showing just how different Colorado became: from Apocalyptically red and orange skies to a Christmasy frosty vibe. Worried and confused about the climate? So are we.
The Director of the Colorado Climate Center, Russ Schumacher, was kind enough to explain the sudden…
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