Crews with the Colorado Department of Transportation just unleashed snow plows for the first time this season. Who's excited?

Where did this happen? Crews plowed Cameron Pass, sitting at 10,276 feet, right between Medicine Bow Mountains and Never Summit Mountains in north-central Colorado.

I don't know about you, but looking at the photo above, courtesy of Rockey Winters and CDOT, it doesn't appear the area really saw that much snow. What do I know? Obviously, I'm not there. In any case, the photo went up at 8 a.m. on Wednesday via CDOT's and FOX 21 News' official Facebook pages.

Well, here we go! Winter is on its way. Technically, it's not even fall, yet. The first official day of fall is coming up this Friday, September 22. Oh, well, since when does Colorado ever do anything normal?