"Oh the weather outside is frightful. But the fire is so delightful. And since we've no place to go. Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow!"
Nice lyrics, but let's face it, not everybody loves snow.
Snowbirds, for example. You know, the migratory folks who flock to Florida, Texas, Arizona and California every winter. Such salubrious destinations are bound to suffer a drastic reversal of fortunes, however, if dire predictions of global warming come to pass and winter becomes a thing of the past.
Global warming? The only climate change apparent in Colorado at this time of year is the kind that rewards the wisdom of wearing woolens.
Living in the snow-capped mountains of Colorado in winter it's hard to imagine that there isn't enough snow in the world. And easy to see why so many people don't like the stuff. For starters, cars and snow are enemies. Ditto for car batteries and cold weather.