Now only a week away from the official start of fall, temperatures on Pikes Peak are taking a dive.
With overnight low temperatures now dipping below freezing and mountain showers and thunderstorms in the forecast, in all likelihood, the iconic peak will see a coat of snow Monday or Tuesday night.
Keep in mind the sun angle is still relatively high, helping temperatures back into the 40s during the daytime, so any snow that falls overnight will melt quickly through the daytime.
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