I work at an elevation of 5,900 feet for the most part. That's the elevation where the visitor center sits. The park does reach to right around 10,000 feet. So to say this is the first snow the park has received, wouldn't be quite accurate. But it is the first snow that has dipped below the 7,000 foot level.
Click on the images to see the snow flakes falling. I'm not quite ready for snow. Good thing I'm off to Southern California on Monday.