No snow in Colorado may seem like the plot of Sleepless in Seattle, but unfortunately, that’s the reality in Denver at the moment. There has been no measurable snowfall in Denver for over 224 consecutive days. In addition, the city has also broken the record for the latest date for the first snowfall. This is a record that has been held since the inception of snowfall record-keeping in 1882. This extended dry period is bound to negatively affect the state’s drought situation. Watch the video.

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