We have 2 inches to report at the Ghee on Thursday morning. Mid-mountain temps are currently in the 30s on the mountain, along with cloudy skies and lingering showers.
The firehose of moisture from the southwest will continue to increase through Thursday. The snow level will hover near 8,000 feet so expect mix precipitation around the base area and heavy/wet snow for the upper half of the mountain. In total, we should be looking at 4-8 inches through Thursday night, with creamy turns for the upper half of the mountain on Thursday afternoon and/or Friday morning.
We'll then catch a short break on Friday and into Saturday but light showers and mostly cloudy skies will stick around. The snow machine will then ramp back up by midday Saturday and we'll be looking at another round of moderate totals through Monday. Look for 4-8+ inches from midday Saturday through Monday, with Sunday and Monday offering another chance to catch the Teton powder wave.
Looking further ahead, the middle and end of next week looks dry. We'll then remain right on the edge of the main storm track for the weekend of March 31st and April 1st and again into the first week of April.
Thanks for reading and stay tuned!
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