0 inches over the past 24 hours.
Jackson Hole's official snow report shows 380 inches at mid-mountain and 486 inches on the upper mountain so far this season and a base depth of 90 and 108 inches.
Our internal analysis has the snowpack currently sitting at 115% compared to the 30-year average.
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Wednesday - Thursday
Sunny and very mild. Mid-mountain temps will rise well into the 40s each day so dress light and lather on plenty of sunscreen!
Friday - Monday
Expect increasing clouds on Thursday night, followed by chances for off-and-on showers through Friday. I'll then be watching for a shot at heavier snow on Friday night and again during the second half of Sunday and possibly into Monday. This would leave us with drier periods but still off-and-on showers on Saturday and into Sunday morning.
In total, look for total accumulations of 2-6 inches from Friday through Monday, with chances for "soft" turns Saturday AM and Monday AM.
Tuesday - Wednesday (3/26-3/27)
Dry conditions will prevail on Tuesday (3/26) and we will most likely stay dry into early Wednesday (3/27).
Thursday - Friday (3/28-3/29)
Looking ahead to later next week, we'll be watching the possibility of a stronger system around Thursday, March 28th and Friday, March 29th (give or take a day). The longer-range models have been hinting at this for the past few days so confidence continues to rise.
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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