Hello snow! Winter comes early in parts of Wyoming, Alaska and Canada

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Summer is almost over, but Winter just can't wait to get here.

While you were busy celebrating the last unofficial weekend of Summer, parts of Wyoming, Alaska and Canada were being greeted by an early Winter with lots of snowfall. While these areas are typically associated with harsh Winters, seeing snow come just at the end of August/beginning of September is a bit strange.

Check out the gallery above for some serious early snowfall.
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