denver-records-its-first-delayed-snowfall-due-to-prolonged-dry-spell

It has been 224 days (and counting) since Denver experienced a measurable amount of snow, breaking the record for the latest date for a first snowfall, which has stood since snowfall records started in 1882. The state’s long-running drought, decreasing water supplies, and a population eager to hit the slopes are all affected by the prolonged dry spell.

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