June snow in the Wasatch and Tetons
An unseasonable cold front moved through Utah and Wyoming over the last two days, dropping measurable June snow on Alta ski area and covering the peaks above Jackson Hole Mountain Resort.
Here are a few shots from Jackson Hole and Alta (with some great photos from the fine folks at SnoCru) as well as a video of The Daily Pow shredders enjoying June faceshots.
Winter-esque snow coverage at Alta on June 18! | photo: SnoCru
The storm bears down on Alta on June 17 | photo: Alta Ski Resort
@snocru_ed is going skiing at Alta today, June 18 | photo: SnoCru
The SnoCru truck looking pretty wintery in Park City, June 17 | photo: SnoCru
An undisclosed location in Utah, June 17 | photo: SnoCru
Snowy Tetons towering over Jackson Hole on June 17 | photo: Jackson Hole Mountain Resort
The Tetons look good during any season, but when two collide, they really show off their stuff | photo: Jackson Hole Mountain Resort
The storm is moving into Colorado with cold air pushing across the northern part of the state. Our friends at OpenSnow are forecasting potential for snow above 9,000 feet this afternoon and evening. The weather dries out for the weekend, but next week could be wet with rain forecast Sunday through Thursday.
If you’d like to plan a trip to the Wasatch or Tetons this summer or next winter, give us a call at 800-610-8911 or chat with a Mountain Vacation Specialist now.
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