Oh, Snow! Grand Teton Gets First Dusting of the Season
Written by Andrew-Rossi on August 27, 2022
With so much wetness in northwest Wyoming, it might not be surprising that the season’s first snowfall has already fallen at the top of the Grand Tetons.
The website SnowBrains, which monitors ski conditions and snow forecasts for peaks worldwide, reports the Grand Teton is building up the white stuff. The first snow of the season was detected atop the tallest peak of the Tetons on Friday, August 26.
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It may seem early, but it’s only five days before the meteorological fall in the Grand Tetons.
Meteorological fall starts on September 1. Meanwhile, astronomical fall begins on September 22.
SnowBrians already reported snow on some of Colorado’s tallest peaks. Pikes Peak, Berthoud Pass, and Arapahoe Basin in the Sunshine State experienced their first snowfall last week.