26 Aug 2018 – August to end with a taste of winter as snow blankets the Northern Rockies
Winter weather advisories have been issued by the National Weather Service for parts of the Rockies of Montana and Wyoming, where the NWS said a few inches of wet snow is possible early Monday into early Tuesday above 6,000 feet in elevation.
Accumulating snow is expected in the highest peaks of northwestern Wyoming, southern and western Montana and adjacent portions of Idaho.
But don’t worry. That’s normal. “Snow is not uncommon in the higher elevations of the northern Rockies in late August,” says weather.com.
Of course, they’re the same people who keep on harping about “global warming.”
Which is it?
Thanks to Ryan for this link