Jackson Hole Daily Snow
By Sam Collentine, Meteorologist Posted 5 years ago February 26, 2019
12 inches at mid-mountain and 16 inches on the upper mountain over the past 24 hours. 43 inches and 50 inches over the past 3 days.
Jackson Hole's official snow report shows 339 inches at mid-mountain and 434 inches on the upper mountain so far this season and a base depth of 106 and 122 inches.
Our internal analysis has the snowpack currently sitting at 110% compared to the 30-year average.
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Tuesday - Wednesday
The DEEP continues! We've already received over 4 FEET on the upper mountain since Saturday night and moist, southwesterly flow will continue to deliver the goods through Wednesday. Very heavy snow will fall through midday Tuesday, followed by lighter amounts on Tuesday night. We'll then be watching for yet another wave of intense snowfall on Wednesday. In total, look for an additional 10-20 inches on Tuesday and Wednesday. Be safe, ski with a friend, and enjoy the POW!
Thursday - Thursday Night
Following another slight break on Wednesday night and into Thursday morning, we'll quickly turn our attention to the second half of Thursday and into Thursday night for another round of heavy snow. Look for 3-6+ inches during this period.
Upcoming Weekend & Next Week
After we pick up upwards of 5-6 FEET this week, we'll be watching for additional rounds of snow over the weekend and colder temperatures. We should then catch a break mid-next week ahead of another storm around next Wednesday and Thursday, March 6th and 7th.
As always, keep an eye on our 1-10 day forecast for Jackson Hole and right here for the latest updates.
Thanks for reading!