Jackson Hole-Targhee Daily Snow

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By Alan Smith, Meteorologist Posted 27 days ago May 24, 2024

Showers on Saturday, Drying Out Sunday-Monday

Summary

The Wed-Thu storm delivered 6-14 inches of snow to the Tetons above 8,000 feet with precipitation amounts ranging from a half-inch to 2 inches across the region. We will see a break in the pattern on Fri, then a weaker storm will bring showers on Sat with snow levels ranging from 8k-9k feet. On Sun we start to dry out with partly cloudy skies, then Mon will be sunny & warmer.

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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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