It's already September and Summer is coming to an end in a few weeks but I'm already thinking about that first snowfall and when will it hit.

I did a little digging and now I have an idea on when that first snow fall is going to touchdown in the Tri-Cities this Fall.

The Farmer's Almanac has a prediction that will bring snow sooner than you'd think.

The Farmer's Almanac website gives you a 2-month glimpse into the future and they are predicting snow in the later part of October.

It looks like the weekend of October 27th through the end of October brings a high chance of snow for the Tri-Cities. You can explore and check out their website here 

FREE 2-MONTH WEATHER FORECAST

SEPTEMBER 2018 LONG RANGE WEATHER FORECAST FOR INTERMOUNTAIN
Dates Weather Conditions
Sep 1-6 T-storms, then sunny, warm
Sep 7-10 Sunny; cool north, warm south
Sep 11-18 Scattered t-storms, cool
Sep 19-23 Sunny, warm
Sep 24-30 Sunny, then showers; cool north, warm south
September temperature 60° (2° below avg.)
precipitation 1.5" (0.5" above avg.)
OCTOBER 2018 LONG RANGE WEATHER FORECAST FOR INTERMOUNTAIN
Dates Weather Conditions
Oct 1-5 A few showers, cool
Oct 6-12 Sunny, warm
Oct 13-20 Showers north, sunny south; warm
Oct 21-26 Rain, then snow north; sunny, mild south
Oct 27-31 Snowstorm
October temperature 52° (1° above avg.)
precipitation 1" (avg.)