Casperites Share Pictures Of Record Breaking Labor Day Snowstorm
Snow in September in Wyoming is to be expected.
If you're a hunter you actually enjoy seeing it, because it means the Elk will be coming out of the high country.
For the rest of us though, this early September snow came too soon...a mere 48 hours after 90-degree temperatures.
But, a little flurry or "skiff" of snow would have been fine, what Casper received instead was record-breaking.
According to this article from The Weather Channel,
Casper, Wyoming, picked up 2.3 inches of snow on Labor Day, leapfrogging by one day their previous record earliest measurable snow from Sept. 8, 1962.
Here are some of your pictures of the Labor Day snowstorm you shared with us.
So many of you shared pictures of your snowy views that we couldn't keep up with them all.
Here is a look at ALL of the pictures that you shard with us.
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