Posted on April 15, 2013 by Bob Berwyn
Biggest snowfall of the year …
Meadow Creek sparkling after an overnight snowfall dropped about 7 inches of snow on Frisco, Colorado — the biggest single-day snowfall of the year.
FRISCO — Mother Nature delivered a nice surprise over the weekend, dropping anywhere from 6 to 15 inches of snow across parts of the north-central mountains. Along with making for great conditions on one of the final ski weekends of the season at some resorts, the storm brought some much-needed moisture to the Colorado River Basin. It may not be a drought-buster, but it sure won’t hurt.
Meadow Creek just a couple of days ago, before the storm.
Robin in the snow.
You know the snow is wet when it sticks to a vertical fence.
Sunrise over the Divide.
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