Winter it back! While moderate storms have kept the skiing great in Jackson over the last couple weeks, things are looking to really turn on this week. NOAA just issued the following Winter Storm Watch for Jackson Hole: Up to Three Feet of Snow Expected by Thursday in Jackson | Unofficial Networks

Up to Three Feet of Snow Expected by Thursday in Jackson

Up to Three Feet of Snow Expected by Thursday in Jackson

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Up to Three Feet of Snow Expected by Thursday in Jackson

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Winter it back! While moderate storms have kept the skiing great in Jackson over the last couple weeks, things are looking to really turn on this week. NOAA just issued the following Winter Storm Watch for Jackson Hole:

SNOW WILLINCREASE LATER TONIGHT WITH PERIODS OF MODERATE TO HEAVY SNOW BY EARLY MORNING. WINDS WILL INCREASE BECOMING QUITE STRONG ON THE PASSES AND UPPER MOUNTAIN RIDGES AS THE STORM INTENSIFIES THROUGH TUESDAY NIGHT AND WEDNESDAY. THE SNOW SHOULD TAPER OFF THROUGH WEDNESDAY NIGHT BUT VERY STRONG WINDS ARE EXPECTED TO KEEP SIGNIFICANT BLOWING AND DRIFTING SNOW GOING THROUGH THE NIGHT. SNOWFALL UP TO THREE FEET MAY FALL IN THE TETONS WITH OTHER AREAS SEEING ONE TO TWO FEET. SOME OF THE HIGHER MOUNTAIN AREAS MAY SEE WIND GUSTS OVER 90 MPH WEDNESDAY AS THE PEAK WINDS OCCUR.

The heavy snow and winds will undoubtedly increase avalanche danger, so don’t let decision making be clouded by the ensuing powder panic!

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