Jackson Hole-Targhee Daily Snow

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By Alan Smith, Meteorologist Posted 1 year ago January 26, 2023

Deep storm cycle gets underway on Thursday

Summary

A significant storm remains on track to hit the Tetons over the next few days with heavy snow expected from Thursday afternoon through Sunday morning. Snow quality will be low-density blower pow with the deepest totals favoring the higher elevations in the core of the Tetons as well as the west side including Targhee. Friday & Saturday will be the deepest days on the slopes w/Sunday leftovers.

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About Our Forecaster

Alan Smith

Meteorologist

Alan Smith received a B.S. in Meteorology from Metropolitan State University of Denver and has been working in the private sector since 2013. When he’s not watching the weather from the office, Alan loves to spend time outdoors skiing, hiking, and mountain biking, and of course keeping an eye on the sky for weather changes while recreating.

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