The Denver weather this year has been an interesting mix of extremes. Earlier this summer we had 24 consecutive days over 90 degrees which set a new record, the previous record was 18 days occurring over 100 years ago. Today the high temperature was 59 degrees Fahrenheit, the previous lowest high temperature on this day was 69 degrees. This is almost 30 degrees below the average high temperature of 87 degrees. In addition to the cool weather, during the day we had some on and off rain across the metro area. I decided to grab the camera and take a couple of images around the house. Going outside the rain drops hitting the pool just didn’t work for me, but while out at the pool I noticed the water droplets on the chairs near the BBQ.
After going back inside, I grabbed a snack in the kitchen and I noticed the drops on the window. As the camera was still with me I took the following picture.
The object outside the window, is one of the taller buildings near where I live in Denver.
We did not see any snow in Denver, but some areas in the mountains may see a dusting. Additionally Trail Ridge Road in Rocky Mountain National Park is closed this evening, as there is 6 inches of snow at the higher points of the road.