Snowfall in Wyoming

To break up the monotony of tropical weather talk (and to post about something related to the new header image), I came across this story already posted here and here. It appears a winter weather advisory was issued in the Bighorn Mountains yesterday for snowfall above 9000 ft elevation. The National Weather Service expected 3-4 inches around 9000 ft and 6-7 inches around 10,000 ft. I don’t think this is unheard of, especially at this elevation. Still, it is a somewhat uncommon occurrence for the month of August.

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