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Photos Of The Grand Canyon Buried In Snow On New Year's Day Are Stunning

The U.S. Southwest is battered by unseasonably cold temperatures, but the bad weather isn't all bad.

The Grand Canyon was hit with a snowstorm on New Year's Eve that has resulted in some truly amazing photos. Here are some of the most stunning shots.

#GrandCanyon #Arizona 🇺🇸❤️👍

A photo posted by Kari Müller (@karimuller94) on

#GrandCanyon covered in snow. #frozen #phoenix #whitebeauty

A photo posted by Soundarya Kalidindi (@soundarya_17) on

We made it!! #grandcanyon #withSnow

A photo posted by Bridgett Hilke (@brdgett) on

#grandcanyon #snowygrandcanyon #snowstorm #travel

A photo posted by @whaldar on

Canyon covered in snow! #grandcanyon #snow #gorgeous #fromtheground #storms #pilotwintercamp #comefly!

A photo posted by Ross Goulet (@rouletg) on

The Grand Canyon. ❄️

A photo posted by Damaris De Dios (@deedee1128) on

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