Jackson Hole will officially end the 2017-2018 season with 502 inches on the upper mountain and 358 inches at the mid-mountain level.
We received nine double-digit 24-hour snow totals throughout the season. The photo below is from March 5th when the upper mountain received two double-digit powder days in a row and 39 inches over 5 days.
Our snowpack ended at 116% compared to the 30-year average, with October, November, February, March, and April all coming in above-average.
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