April Snowstorm in Colorado – A Photo Essay

Another April snowstorm in Colorado. Although I worry about my nipped fruit trees, the snowy landscape provides a dramatic canvas for photographs.

April Snowstorm in Colorado

I donned a hat and a jacket assuming it would be bitter cold. The mile-high April sunshine had already started to melt the snow. I shrugged off my coat and took a walk.

Tulips in the snow

The tulips are resilient to the spring snowstorm unlike the daffodils buried deep beneath the heavy blanket.

Usually the pond is frozen when we get a storm.

Reflection in the pond

This photo captured the falling snow and the reflective pond.

April snowstorm on the pond

Soon it will melt and the skies will clear. In the meanwhile, take a walk with me by clicking on the video below.

Are you ready for spring? What’s the weather like in your part of the world?

39 thoughts on “April Snowstorm in Colorado – A Photo Essay

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  1. I know most would like to see the temperatures rise and the sun shining brightly but there is no denying the beauty you’ve captured here. It’s like a last gift before summer moves in to take over. Thanks so much for sharing with us.

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    On Fri, Apr 16, 2021, 6:26 PM Susie Lindau’s Wild Ride wrote:

    > Susie Lindau posted: ” Another April snowstorm in Colorado. Although I > worry about my nipped fruit trees, the snowy landscape provides a dramatic > canvas for photographs. I donned a hat and a jacket assuming it would be > bitter cold. The mile-high April sunshine had alre” >

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    1. It was gorgeous! I was on the phone with my sister when the sun came out and I raced outside. It clouded up fir the rest of the day. 100% chance of snow tomorrow. GAH! 😣 My poor flowering trees…

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  3. We’ve had snow in April before, but not for many years. However, we’ve currently been getting heavy frosts at night, but warm sunny days. Perfect spring weather, and the spring bulbs don’t seem to mind.

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