LOOK: Winter is coming to Colorado’s highest peaks

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A wave of moisture and a drop in temperature is putting snow on Colorado’s mountains today. Click through the headline above for the full selection. Here’s Mount Evans:

And Loveland Ski Area:
Loveland Ski Area in August 2016. (Courtesy Loveland Ski Area)

Loveland Ski Area at 8:20 a.m. August 23, 2016. (Courtesy Loveland Ski Area)

You can keep an eye on Loveland’s cameras yourself on their website.

Breckenridge got it too.
And Pikes Peak.
Pikes Peak at 8:30 a.m. August 24, 2016. (Courtesy City of Colorado Springs)

Pikes Peak at 8:30 a.m. August 24, 2016. (Courtesy City of Colorado Springs)

Colorado’s ski season may start in less than two months.

Arapahoe Basin and Loveland, which tend to open mid-October, should be first out of the gate.

Also, for you weather people OpenSnow has a pretty good explanation of the “slow moving disturbance” that did this.

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