Winter – as in WINTER! – Weather Advisory for some areas … in August.
“An unusually cold late August storm for parts of Wyoming, Montana and Idaho.
The National Weather Service says as much as 4-8 inches could fall above 9,000 feet in the mountains.
A winter weather advisory has been issued above 6000 feet for the Little Belt Mountains and the Northern Rocky Mountain Front.
See the blue dots? That’s SNOW.
Photo of this morning’s snow in Jackson Hole:
Thanks to Reziac and Vance for these links
“Who needs fall??” asks Reziac. “Here in Billings we went straight from summer to Noah. (Rain every day, in August? WTF??) If this keeps up, we’ll bust on past last winter’s record snowfall by Christmas.”