You’ll notice how Grand Canyon’s weather greatly differs on the elevation that you find yourself in.

While it is true that the Grand Canyon’s Inner Gorge as well as the entire length of its Colorado River share the same temperatures as those experienced in low elevation areas in Arizona, such as Tucson, you’ll notice that the weather changes when you find yourself higher in the Grand Canyon, most especially in the forested rims where snowfall and snow storm are highly likely.

Witness the sceneries in the Grand Canyon before and after a snow storm right here in Dan Carter’s video.

So start planning your trip to Arizona as early as now, and make sure you consider its weather when visiting!

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