The upper mountain picked up another 2 inches for Friday morning's report, with trace amounts across mid-mountain. Our snowpack is currently sitting at 93% compared to the 30-year average thanks to 356 inches YTD on the upper mountain and 249 inches YTD at the mid-mountain level.
The same story of light showers and anywhere from a dusting to a few inches will continue on Friday. Temperatures are currently hovering near 0F but they will jump into the teens by midday.
The action will then slowly increase throughout the weekend, with better chances for deeper accumulations through Monday. Light snow will fall on Saturday before periods of moderate
Overall, look for 5-10+ inches through Monday, with Sunday and Monday morning providing the best opportunities to catch the Teton powder wave.
Looking further ahead, we should see lingering snow on Tuesday ahead of an interesting period during the middle and end of next week. Slightly warmer temperatures and chances for continuous snow will be in play but the details still need to be worked out.
Thanks for reading and stay tuned!
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