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7 days models are advertising significant snowfall for the Tetons especially Sunday-Tuesday next week. Longer range models may continue the moist pattern into Christmas.
The week ahead will bring several disturbances into the Tetons. Light snow showers are in the forecast every day this week. Moderate snow is likely Wednesday night/Thursday (3-6) and again Thursday night into Friday (3-7). Another teaser will brush the Tetons late this weekend. Conditions are improving in the Tetons and these moderate storms will really freshen things up nicely during the next 5 days. No single deep dump but decent teasers all week.
The big action should start late Sunday and continue through much of early next week (Snow showers may continue into Christmas Day). Heavy accumulations will likely blanket the Teton Range next week! I expect game changing accumulations. I dare speculate this far out (7 day models are hard to nail down) but perhaps a minimum of 2 feet.
The Good: Definite light to moderate dumps this week. Likely heavy snowfall next week.
The Bad: Models 7 days out can change (Confidence is currently high). Early next week may see some brief warming before colder temperatures move in late Monday or Tuesday.
Stoke Factor: High!
Look for the official Powder Alert or Epic Alert to be hoisted next week.
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