Jackson Hole Picks Up First Snowfall Of The Season

Jackson Hole Picks Up First Snowfall Of The Season

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Jackson Hole Picks Up First Snowfall Of The Season

Jackson Hole picked up their first snowfall of the season yesterday (September 16, 2017). The winter storm dropped a few inches of snow at the higher revelations of the Tetons.  

Fall hasn’t officially arrived in Jackson Hole yet despite cooler weather this week, but we’re excited to report that we received our first snowfall of the season overnight. So one would think Fall is just around the corner. Atop the Tram this morning we were greeted with 2-4 inches of snow and cold blowing winds that resembled more of January than September. Temperatures have dropped in the valley and certainly in the mountains and it seems Rendezvous Mountain and Big are getting their first true taste of winter this weekend. Forecasts show snowy weather into early next week and it looks to be about to start #jhdreaming!

Images From Jackson Hole Mountain Resort

Big Red emerges from the first snowy slumber of many to come.

The upper mountain looks better dressed in white!

Big Red peaks through a frosty scene atop Rendezvous Mountain.

Moon landings happen daily at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort.

Cold temperatures and snowfall have led to frosty conditions up top.

First fresh tracks of the year! Now time for a waffle.

 

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