While heavy accumulations aren't expected, higher elevations in some Wyoming mountain ranges could see snow this week.

That's according to the Riverton Office of the National Weather Service, which posted the following on its Facebook page:

May be an image of map, ski slope and text that says 'High Mountain Snow To Start The Week Higher the Teton, Absaroka, and Wind River elevations (mainly above 9,000 ft) Mountain Ranges are likely to see snow accumulations of at least a few inches. Mammoth Faithful Sheridan Greybull Snow begins to mix Monday morning. The in S early snowfall is expected between sunset Monday and sunrise Tuesday. Burfalo Worland Junction Dubois Kacee hard freeze sets in for valleys west of the Continental Divide Tuesday night and Wednesday night. Pinedale Shoshoni Riverton Waltman ander Casper Cokeville Pass Farson City City Kemmerer Weather Rawlins Wamsutter Evanston Springs Issued: Sunday, October 2023'
Those heading into the higher elevations (above 9,000 ft) of the Teton, Absaroka, and Wind River Mtn Ranges may see a few inches of snow for the first week of October. High-elevation passes, such as US-26 over Togwotee Pass, may see impacts due to light snow accumulations. #wywx

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