While the mainstream media keeps telling us every single year that goes by, has been 'the hottest year on record', a strong cold front now approaching the East Coast dragged much cooler air into the Rockies, Plains and Upper Midwest. Not only were there record low temperatures at night, but daytime temperatures across parts of the northern states struggled to climb out of the 50s thanks to widespread cloud cover and steady rain.

It was so cold Wednesday morning that a coating of snow fell at Rocky Mountain National Park. Although snow is not completely unheard-of across the highest peaks in late summer, the National Weather Service in Boulder, Colorado said it was likely the first snow of the season for the area. In Montana, low temperatures bottomed out in the upper 20s Tuesday and Wednesday morning at West Yellowstone.



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