There have been protests aplenty in Colorado in recent days, from an anti-Trump march that briefly closed I-25 to a rally inspired by the Standing Rock pipeline controversy in North Dakota.
But there's one demonstration people of every political persuasion can get behind — picketing by bros in Steamboat Springs that inspired the hashtag #MakeColoradoSnowAgain.
The photo above, shared on Facebook by Steamboat Radio's Shannon Lukens, has gone viral across Colorado, and no wonder. According to Weather.com, the high temperature in downtown Denver today is supposed to 79. And in case you've forgotten, which would be totally understandable, it's November 15.
Look below to see our fifteen favorite #MakeColoradoSnowAgain tweets. Powder to the people!
There's literally a dude wearing a tank and shorts at school today. That shouldn't even be a thing mid November #MakeColoradoSnowAgain— Greyson Gilder (@GilderGreyson) November 14, 2016
This sounds wired but I'm missing the snow #MakeColoradoSnowAgain— Ca$hCarti (@BrazyBeBoolin) November 14, 2016
Continue for eight more Twitter pleas to #MakeColoradoSnowAgain.
So I'm barely going to put away my summer clothes. It's November 12. What. #MakeColoradoSnowAgain— liza (@ElizaZCastillo2) November 14, 2016
Its middle of november and we still haven't gotten snow in Colorado. What is wrong with this world. #MakeColoradoSnowAgain— mackenzie ham (@mackenzie_leee) November 14, 2016
I feel so bad for this beautiful planet #MakeColoradoSnowAgain— Arturo M. (@aturomanzo) November 14, 2016
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