Jackson Hole Daily Snow

Weekend Outlook

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Jackson Hole ceased operations for the remainder of the 2019-2020 winter season on Sunday, March 15th. Uphill access is strictly prohibited. Click HERE for the full closure notice.

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The Tetons will remain mostly quiet on Friday, Saturday, and into Sunday ahead of more active weather next week. The upper elevations could receive a few flakes here and there but any accumulations will be very light.

Mountain temps will rise into the 20s on Friday, followed by a jump back into the 30s on Saturday and Sunday, under partly to mostly cloudy skies.

Our next weather-maker will then look to arrive with light to moderate snowfall on Sunday night and into Monday. This will not be an overly strong system with only 2-5 inches in the mountains.

Our full attention will remain focused on Tuesday and into Wednesday as a healthier system slides into the Tetons. We'll dial in the details in Monday's update but this could be a significant snow-maker.

1-10 Day Jackson Hole Forecast

Looking further ahead, milder temperatures will likely remain in place but more active weather could be on the horizon for the days around Friday, April 3rd and maybe into the following week. We'll dive into the details as we get closer.

Thank you so much for your continued support!

Next update on Monday (3/30).

SAM COLLENTINE

Announcements

2019-2020 Season Recap

Jackson Hole officially ended the 2019-2020 season with 461 inches on the upper mountain and 13 double-digit 24-hour snow totals. Our snowpack ended at 111% compared to the 30-year average, with October, January, February, and March all coming in above-average.

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