“You won’t hear about this in the mainstream media,” says reader Ryan. “Colorado front range already has more moisture than all of last year, yet all you hear is drought.”
“Almost record snowpack in Rocky Mountain National Park because it’s been cool so far, and a lot of snow,” says Ryan. “It’s Mid May by the way, and you won’t hear about this. I had to look for it specifically.”
Bear Lake in RMNP still has 58 inches of snow on the ground; third deepest snowpack on record
“Only” third deepest.
However it’s due to chilly conditions, not necessarily snowfall, though there has been snow too recently for sure. Colorado front range already has more moisture than all of last year, yet all you hear is drought. Maybe since it’s been wet in the East, they are desperate for drought somewhere.
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May 14, 2021 at 11:41AM