It’s not even officially Fall yet and there are hints of snow. Believe it or not, according to our National Weather Service Yellowstone National Park is expecting snow at higher elevations! Actually both areas received some small amounts of snow on Wednesday.

They are among the first in the area to see snow accumulations this season.  Lucky us? Is that good thing? And more importantly does it mean that we are in for a really snowy winter? Did anyone see the fuzz on the back of a caterpillar this summer, was it thick?

Now this isn’t the earliest snowfall recorded. In Wyoming the record for earliest snow measured was on Sept. 6, 1929, the town of Riverton, Wyoming received 3 inches.

It’s a good thing summer ends this weekend…just in time for Fall snowstorms!