JACKSON, Wyo. — On Sunday, the first widespread snow event of the season occurred in the mountains.
After a scorching summer, the Tetons are now freshly blanketed with September snow.
A major change to the weather pattern occurred this weekend as a Pacific storm system arrived on Sunday along with a strong cold front.
Snow totals generally ranged from one to four inches above 8,000 feet in the Tetons, Gros Ventre, Salt River/Wyoming Ranges and Northern Wind River Range with some higher amounts in isolated areas.
A social media post from Jackson Hole Mountain Resort depicted a small dusting from this morning looking at Corbet’s and the top of Rendezvous Mountain.
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