The Ghee is reporting 10 inches for Monday morning's report, which brings the total to 12 inches since Saturday night. Great to see the storm play out just as expected and topping out on my final forecast of 5-10 inches. Get out there and enjoy the goods!
Mostly cloudy skies and dry conditions will now be the story for Monday through Wednesday. Expect partly to mostly cloudy skies each day, with temps rising into the teens to low 20s.
Our full attention will now remain locked onto the second half of Thursday through Saturday, December 14th as multiple waves of storm energy, abundant moisture, and cold temperatures target the Tetons. Start planning now if you're itching for soft turns as Friday, Saturday, and Sunday morning could all offer the goods. Stay tuned as we dial in the details over the next few mornings.
Looking further ahead, we could catch a short break to start the week of December 16th ahead of additional storms after Wednesday, December 18th. Great news as we head into the holidays!
Thanks for reading and stay tuned!
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