It won’t be long now! A light dusting of snow fell on the summit of the Grand Teton in Wyoming yesterday.
The dusting comes after snow fell last week on Pikes Peak, Berthoud Pass, and Arapahoe Basin in Colorado.
Meteorological fall starts in only 5-days on September 1.
Astronomical fall starts in only 26-days on September 22!
Winter is coming…
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6 thoughts on “First Snow of the Season Falls on Summit of Grand Teton, WY”
Think your right, another NE masshole boring ego. Been working on a theory for some time, they’re aggressive and pissed because there’s so many of them, they have to get competitive with each other, ‘I’m better than you, mommy said so!’
Mr. Staines, I live on the west side of the Tetons and the storm went right over my house. It produced 1/2″ hail. That is first hand knowledge.
Da West Staines Massiv do I sound pissed? I’m excited, very excited. The first snow of the season fell and more is yet to come. The writers at Snowbrains do a great job at keeping us snow addicts primed for the next season. I think you need to step away from the computer and go out and play, you seem a little pissed off. Have a nice day
I just read something referring to Philidelphia-New York-Boston area as the “Pissed Guy Corridor” because men from the area having the defining personality (“personality”) trait of being pissed at everything. Thunderstorm, the F is for Fail, do you have any connection that area? Just trying to connect the dots here.
wow!! not snow, it was 1/2″ hail that fell yesterday afternoon.
Wow! The very top of some peak has a dusting of snow. I totally see why Snowbrains writes a story about it. This should be a sticky, so nobody misses this Incredible event.