Challenging Conditions for Motorists as Cold Front Brings Snow to West Yellowstone

Early season snow challenged motorists as falls were recorded in and around parts of Yellowstone National Park on September 19, while a cold front moved into Wyoming from the northwest.

Rain, thunder, gusty winds along with snow settling at altitudes above 7000 feet were expected with the coming cold front, the National Weather Service bureau in Riverton said.

This video by abomadventures shows light snow falling on the road as cars drive by. “We’ve got some snow! Not ideal to drive in. But it looks pretty,” a passenger in the car can be heard saying.

A freeze watch was issued for parts of Yellowstone National Park for Tuesday morning, as some of the coldest temperatures of the fall season were expected. Credit: abomadventures via Storyful

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