A foot of snow last Friday. (Daughter #1 in Denver saw only rain -- Daughter #2, up in the mountains, also had a boatload of snow.) By Friday afternoon, in the past two days, we'd had:
*a blizzard warning
*and finally -- a flood warning!
At least six inches of snow on the ground Saturday morning, when we woke up.
Rain Sunday afternoon, changing to snow by late evening.
More than six inches more of snow this morning, when we woke up.
Which had nearly all melted by the time the sun went down tonight.
What's next? Who knows -- this is Colorado, after all!
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