There seems to be a misconception about the weather in Colorado. People who don’t live here or have never been here seem to think it’s always cold here and that we don’t have all four seasons. We do! Each season is also experienced in the mountains, but it is colder the higher you go (naturally) and there is a much higher annual snowfall average up there.
Check out the average climate for Denver, Colorado. Then check out the average climate for St. Louis, Missouri (known for having four beautiful seasons). They’re really not all that different! We don’t get that much more snow than St. Louis at our elevation (5,800 feet in my neck of the woods).
So there you have it! Misconception cleared up! Any questions?