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jmcf46
post Aug 6 2012, 05:59 PM
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I'm thinking of traveling out to West Yellowstone this September and leaving around the end of October.

I'm curious when you should worry about being caught in a snowstorm. Do they get any in October?

Scares me to death the thought of driving down a mountain on snowy/icy roads towing a 5th wheeler.

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Jerry S
post Oct 6 2012, 07:32 PM
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I think I heard this morning on the Weather Channel that it was 8F in West Yellowstone. It made me wonder whether or not the OP is currently in the Yellowstone area or did he take the majority advice in this thread and not stay too far into October. A little later there was a story about a terrible multi-vehicle accident on I80 near Cheyenne, WY. The main culprit was what is known as "black ice". While Cheyenne is hundreds of miles south east of Yellowstone, this incident is a good cautionary example of how dangerous winter weather can be.
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