The last snow of the season? A June storm lifts off the craggy Tenmile Range
SUMMIT COUNTY — After a couple of days of wild weather, skies calmed down again Tuesday. It feels like we’re settling in for whatever Mother Nature will offer us for a summer, at best a couple of months without snow and sub-freezing temperatures at night. Think back to last year, when significant snows fell across the high peaks in mid-August. The best thing to do is to enjoy every minute. Even if the snow and rain temporarily ruins plans for a picnic or hike, it’s worth it, given the spectacular juxtaposition of seasons. than a snowstorm in June? There’s only a few places in the world where you can experience a snowstorm in June, and what could be better than that?
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