Heavy snow blanketed parts of Arizona's Grand Canyon National Park on January 6 as a spell of winter weather swept the state.
Storm warnings were issued over the weekends as the region experienced rainfall and snow.
The Grand Canyon National Park remains open during the government shutdown with the help of the state, which was paying about $64,000 a week to cover restroom cleaning, trash removal and snow plowing, local media reported.
A layer of late season snow dusted northwestern Wyoming and parts of Montana, including Grand Teton National Park, on Saturday, June 8, according to local media reports. According to KTVQ in Red Lodge,..