I left home around 4:00, but didn't feel like I woke up until around 8:00. I had to stop twice on the drive to rest and take a short 15 minute nap. I drove to the four-wheel-drive parking area for Huron Peak with questionable weather. It's generally not a good thing to see a fresh dusting of snow on the high peaks and only have trail running shoes along for the hike. Since this is a short hike I figured I'd be fine.
The trail climbs quickly into an upper basin between Browns Peak and Huron Peak. At this point, I started to get snowed on and had to put on my hard shell pants and jacket. It let up after a while, but it certainly made the trail and rocks slick. I reached the summit of my last 14er after 2.5 hours with absolutely no views. It cleared up slightly on the descent, and I considered a traverse over to Browns Peak. However, I just started down and was glad because it started raining heavily about five minutes away from the trailhead. It rained all the way back to Denver, Colorado.