Long time browser but first time poster so please be gentle!
Iím looking to do a road trip in the second half of May, from about 13th to 27th.
My aim is to fly in Seattle and visit Yellowstone/Grand Teton, Craters of the moon, Twin falls, Crater Lake National Park, then down through to Yosemite and fly out from San Francisco (plus other little "sights" en route), in a kind of "?" route shape! (Well thatís how it looks on Streets and Trips!)
The exact timing at the moment is sketchy and is still potentially subject to change.
My main question is really regarding the weather. Is May a reasonably (or more to the point sensible) time to be doing this route? Iím not overly bothered about it being cold but is there likely to be much snow around Yellowstone and other parks during this period? I know this is a bit of a "how longís a piece of string?" type question, but Iíve read in some places about how much snow there has been in the past during this time of year. Just curious really.