Now that there’s daylight, peering outside our windows takes on a different scene than last night. Here’s what it looks like at the top of Pikes Peak, just about 12 hours after this picture was taken taken. Both pictures are screen grabs of the city’s “East” labeled camera. You can see more shots at the city’s Pikes Peak camera page, here.

(Take a look at the “West” photo below, taken shortly before 9am. Did someone shovel the walk?)


 

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