….from the Weather Channel….
- With more than a week of summer still left to go, snow is blanketing some higher peaks of Utah, Wyoming, Montana and Colorado.
- This occurred mainly above 8,000-feet elevation.
Mother Nature is providing a winter tease in some areas this week. With more than a week of summer still left to go, some of the higher peaks of Utah and Wyoming are seeing their first snow of the season.
This first “fall-like storm” of the season, as the National Weather Service in Salt Lake City referred to it, brought a light accumulation of snow Tuesday morning at Bald Mountain Passin the Uinta Mountains of northeastern Utah, about 50 miles east of Salt Lake City.
Wednesday morning, snow dusted the higher peaks at both Alta and Park City, Utah.