By Alan Smith, Meteorologist Posted 25 days ago June 28, 2024

Grand Teton National Park Weather Forecasts

grand teton national park weather forecasts

View hourly weather forecasts for any summit, trail, lake, or mountain pass in the Tetons in OpenSnow.

Get current conditions, historical weather, sunrise/sunset times, moon phase, moonrise/moonset times, and 10-day hourly forecasts under the "Weather" tab on any location screen:

  • Temperature
  • Feels Like
  • Precipitation
  • Wind
  • Cloud Cover
  • Humidity
  • Lightning

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View Summit Forecasts

Buck Mountain

Disappointment Peak

Grand Teton

Middle Teton

Mount Hunt

Mount Moran

Mount Owen

Mount Saint John

Nez Perce Peak

Ranger Peak

Rendezvous Mountain

Static Peak

South Teton

Teewinot Mountain

The Jaw

High Pass, Canyon, and Basin Forecasts

Alaska Basin

Avalanche Divide

Cascade Canyon South Fork

Death Canyon Shelf

Fox Creek Pass

Garnet Canyon Meadows

Granite Canyon Middle-South Fork

Hurricane Pass

Lower Saddle

Paintbrush Divide

Static Peak Divide

Lake Forecasts

Amphitheater Lake

Bradley Lake

Colter Bay

Delta Lake

Emma Matilda Lake

Hermitage Point

Hidden Falls

Holly Lake

Jackson Lake Dam

Jackson Lake - Signal Mountain Lodge

Jenny Lake

Lake Solitude

Leigh Lake

Lizard Creek Campground

Marion Lake

Phelps Lake

String Lake

Taggart Lake

Two Ocean Lake

Town, Visitor Center, and Airport Forecasts

Colter Bay Visitor Center

Craig Thomas Visitor Center (Moose)


Jackson Hole Airport

Jenny Lake Visitor Center

Teton Village

Get Forecast Anywhere

Get the forecast for any location (and elevation) in OpenSnow.

  1. Go to the "Maps" tab.
  2. Tap anywhere on land.
  3. Tap "View Forecast" or "Add to Favorites".

That way you can get a good idea of what to expect at any elevation during your hike or climb.

Track Incoming Storms

See incoming storms, know the lightning risk, track wildfire smoke, avoid snowy trails, and more with high-resolution 3D maps in OpenSnow.

Tap the links below to view each map overlay:

Download Offline Maps

Save high-resolution satellite and terrain base maps in the OpenSnow app to see your exact location on the map, even while offline and without cell service.

  1. Go to Settings > Offline Maps.
  2. Tap the (+) button in the lower right.
  3. Adjust the area and tap "Download Offline".
  4. Name the map and tap "Save".

You can then return to Settings > Offline Maps to view while you're offline, as well as edit and create new offline maps when you have service.

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About The Author

Alan Smith


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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