2 inches at mid-mountain and 3 inches on the upper mountain over the past 24 hours. 17 inches on the upper mountain over the past 72 hours.
Jackson Hole's official snow report shows 156 inches at mid-mountain and 214 inches on the upper mountain so far this season and a base depth of 53 and 65 inches.
Our internal analysis has the snowpack currently sitting at 75% compared to the 30-year average.
12 of 13 lifts. 119 of 133 trails. Latest updates.
Our next round of snow is making its way into the Tetons on Saturday morning. This first wave through Monday will deliver periods of light snowfall through Saturday afternoon and 1-4 inches by
Saturday Night - Sunday Afternoon
The second wave will then move into the region on Saturday night and deliver 2-6 inches through Sunday afternoon. This will help keep conditions so get out there and enjoy.
Sunday Night - Monday
The third and strongest wave will arrive on Sunday night and into Monday morning. This wave should deliver yet another 4-8 inches through Monday, with great turns by midday Monday and again on Tuesday morning.
Later Next Week
Following the storm on Sunday & Monday, we'll be watching for additional rounds of snow by Tuesday night & Wednesday and potentially into next weekend. We'll be right on the edge of warm & dry air to our west and cold air to our east so we'll see how it shapes up over the next few days.
As always, keep an eye on our 1-10 day forecast for Jackson Hole and right here for the latest updates.
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