NOAA: The Tetons Forecasted To See Upwards Of A FOOT By Sunday Morning!

NOAA: The Tetons Forecasted To See Upwards Of A FOOT By Sunday Morning!


NOAA: The Tetons Forecasted To See Upwards Of A FOOT By Sunday Morning!

Image: NWS Riverton | Cover: NOAA

Some winter weather is finally back in the picture for the Tetons and JHMR and Grand Targhee are crossing their fingers crossed for some much-needed, low-elevation snow.

Related: NOAA Announces ‘Pattern Shift’ For Western Weather By The End Of The Month

As of this morning, NOAA has the summit of Rendezvous Mountain (@JacksonHole) forecasted to see upwards of a FOOT of fresh by Sunday morning. What’s better is that a short break in the weather on Sunday will be followed by a week of consistent snowfall.

“A frontal system will move into the west this afternoon bringing significant snowfall to the mountains. The snow will move east in the late evening and overnight spreading across the entire region. The snow will continue Saturday and Saturday night before clearing from west to east Sunday morning.” – NWS Riverton

Grand Targhee, being on the western side of the pass, is more favored in the current scenario and is forecasted to receive somewhere between 7-15″ of new snow by Sunday. LET IT SNOW!

rendezvous Mountain (JHMR):

Grand Targhee:

Hazardous Weather Outlook

…Snow and colder temperatures for Teton county tonight and Saturday…

Snow will spread east into Teton County this evening becoming widespread by late evening. Snowfall is expected to continue through Saturday with snow accumulations of 4 to 8 inches in the mountains and 2 to 3 inches in the valleys.

Travel may become difficult on Teton and Togwotee passes.

DAY ONE…Today and Tonight.

Strong to High wind at times over the Cody Foothills today especially from just south of Cody to Clark. Snow is expected to impact western Wyoming late tonight.

DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN…Saturday through Thursday.

Saturday through Saturday night…Snow will be spilling east of the Divide Saturday morning. The snow is expected to taper off from north to south Saturday night. This system has the potential to bring significant snowfall to portions of the area. Currently the best chance of heavy snowfall is across central Wyoming. Please stay tuned for more details on this potential winter storm.

Wednesday and Thursday…Another storm system will bring another
chance of snowfall, and much colder air to the area.


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