The weather out here in Wyoming is great; western summer's just can't be beat, in my opinion. Big blue sky, lots of sun and heat, and the famous Wyoming breezes (and, occasionally, gales). We've been lucky down in this corner of SW Wyoming, since most of the grimmer weather has been up in the North (Jackson Hole and the Teton area) and East (Gilette). Earlier in the field season (~2 weeks ago, now), we got hit with some serious wind and some snow, but, as they say, C'est le Wyoming.
The picture below was taken from the top of an outcrop, and about 15 seconds after taking the picture, a huge snow storm blew up, and dropping visability to about 20 feet or so. Since I was on top of a mountain, I kind of had to wait it out.
Its not all blizzards, of course! The picture below was from another mountain on another day...the wind was still gusty as hell, but at least I had a good view.
Say what you will about the west...it makes for some pretty pictures...
And some good geology!