2 inches at mid-mountain and 6 inches on the upper mountain over the past 24 hours. 25 inches on the upper mountain over the past 5 days.
Jackson Hole's official snow report shows 169 inches at mid-mountain and 235 inches on the upper mountain so far this season and a base depth of 56 and 75 inches.
Our internal analysis has the snowpack currently sitting at 78% compared to the 30-year average.
12 of 13 lifts. 109 of 133 trails. Latest updates.
We have 6 inches on the upper mountain on Wednesday morning and it will only get better as the day goes on! Moderate to periods of heavy snowfall will deliver an additional 4-8 inches of light and fluffy pow through Wednesday afternoon, with light snow continuing to fall through Wednesday night. Enjoy!
We'll catch a break on Thursday as dry conditions move into the Cowboy State. Look for partly sunny skies and temperatures in the teens.
Friday - Saturday
Following the break on Thursday, we could see one more quick wave of light to moderate snowfall on Friday and into Saturday. This would provide us with more soft turns for Saturday morning, with temperatures in the teens to low 20s each day.
Looking further ahead, yet another wave of moderate to potentially heavy snowfall will take aim for the Tetons by late Sunday and into Monday. We'll then continue to be right on the edge of the storm track through much of next week.
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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