A look at radar Friday morning.
Parts of Colorado, Wyoming and western Kansas woke up to a taste of winter Friday.
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Snow started falling across the area late Thursday, dropping as much as 5 inches in Cheyenne, Wyo. The National Weather Service reported Fort Collins, Colo. saw 2 inches by Friday morning. The snow spread into western and central Kansas, piling up to at least 5 inches near Goodland. The snow was forecast to end in Kansas by Friday evening.
Photos showed slushy streets around the Denver area, but the city is no stranger to mid-October snow. On average, the Mile High City sees its first measurable snowfall on October 17.
The snow may not be unusual, but plenty of you are loving the change of season. Check out some of our favorite photos from social media in the Storify below.