An unusual cold front hit Fort Collins, Colorado, on September 8, blanketing the area with snow after a rapid temperature drop.
Local news reported Fort Collins had experienced it’s biggest temperature drop in 150 years.
A winter weather advisory was issued for the Denver, Boulder, and Fort Collins areas through 12 pm Wednesday, with two to six inches of snow forecast. Jefferson, Boulder, and Larimer counties were warned to expect more than eight inches, while 10 inches were forecast for the Palmer Divide, reports said.
Roads and mountain passes were closed as a result of the snow, local media reported.
Footage shows snowfall in the Fort Collins area, with the uploader writing on Twitter: “Yesterday the forecast was 90 degrees with smoke and ash falling. Today it’s snowing in Fort Collins Colorado.” Credit: @MikeGiveMeABeat via Storyful