It’s snowing in British Columbia, and we are AMPED

It’s snowing in British Columbia, and we are AMPED

Though most lifts across North America won’t spin for some time, Mother Nature is ahead of schedule and dropping bits of snow—primarily on the British Columbia region but also in Montana. Resorts further north, such as Kicking Horse, appear to be receiving the most flakes, but any snow is good snow at this time of year.

Social media evidence

La Niña's first bite. #thismorning #thishorserules #hellobc

A photo posted by Kicking Horse Mountain Resort (@kickinghorsemtn) on

It's beginning to look a lot like WINTER!!! ||#sunshinevillage #canada #banff #canadianrockies #skibig3 #winteriscoming

A photo posted by Sunshine Village (@sunshinevillage) on

Yesterday sunny and 83 degrees, and today this… ❄ #myredlodge #redlodge #winteriscoming #yellowstonecountry #letitsnow #montana #skimontana

A photo posted by Red Lodge Mountain, Montana (@redlodgemountain) on

Is that snow I see up there? @kimberleyalpineresort

A photo posted by The Choice (@the_choice_shop) on

The mountains are my temples. #explorebc #septembersnow #twinlakes

A photo posted by Evan Hansen (@hypedonlyfe) on

Went hiking in the Valhallas today. Different seeing it snow in September#septembersnow

A photo posted by Curtis (@curtispandaman13) on


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