The First Snowfall of the Season on Mt. Hood

Well it is late September, which means the most popular time of the year to camp is behind us.  The leaves usually start changing over the next month or so and we can expect temperatures to drop and percipitation to come.  Usually.  But this year isn’t usual.

This has been one of the wetter Septembers in recent memory and is likely to roll right into what promises to be an exceptionally cool and damp winter.  It is not too often we see snow at the lower elevations on Mt. Hood but this recent storm has brought just that.





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