I have been trying to document thundersnow this season ever since January. Experienced it two or three times, but on those occasions was not in a position to get video. Other times when I was trying to get video, nature did not cooperate. But Wednesday it did, big time! A half hour of it, with more than a dozen rumbles of thunder with snow coming down, at the top of Colorado's Wolf Creek Pass, and I was there with camera rolling! Here is short clip. You can see a flash of lightning around the 12 second mark of the video followed by thunder starting around the 28 second mark. So this lightning was about two and a half miles away. As time permits to edit my video and write up a report, I will post a report with video highlights of the entire event.