Jackson Hole Daily Snow

Heads up, there may be fresher snow! Read the latest Jackson Hole Daily Snow

By Sam Collentine, Meteorologist Posted 5 years ago February 27, 2019


Snow Conditions

11 inches at mid-mountain and 15 inches on the upper mountain over the past 24 hours. 54 inches at mid-mountain and 65 inches on the upper mountain over the past 4 days. 

Jackson Hole's official snow report shows 350 inches at mid-mountain and 442 inches on the upper mountain so far this season and a base depth of 111 and 123 inches.

Our internal analysis has the snowpack currently sitting at 118% compared to the 30-year average.

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Following a slight break on Wednesday morning, the snow machine will ramp up for yet another quick round of heavy snowfall by midday and into early Wednesday evening. Temps will also continue to be mild, with highs in the upper 20s and strong winds out of the southwest. Look for an additional 5-10 inches in Thursday morning's report. 


Looking for more? You got it! Lingering snow will be the story on Wednesday night before we turn to one more round of moderate to heavy snowfall through Thursday. This system will then finally wind down after a cold front moves through on Thursday night and delivers a few inches of extra fluff. In total, look for an additional 3-6+ inches in Friday morning's report, bringing our 6-day total to upwards of 6-7 FEET.

Upcoming Weekend & Next Week

Cooler temps and off-and-on periods of light snow will then follow through the upcoming weekend. We should catch a day or two of dry weather around Monday and Tuesday ahead of additional storms through the second half of next week and into the following weekend. 

As always, keep an eye on our 1-10 day forecast for Jackson Hole and right here for the latest updates.

Thanks for reading!


About Our Forecaster

Sam Collentine


Sam Collentine is the Chief Operating Officer of OpenSnow and lives in Basalt, Colorado. Before joining OpenSnow, he studied Atmospheric Science at the University of Colorado, spent time at Channel 7 News in Denver, and at the National Weather Service in Boulder.

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