NOAA: 4-10″ of Snow Forecast For Jackson Hole This Week

NOAA: 4-10″ of Snow Forecast For Jackson Hole This Week


NOAA: 4-10″ of Snow Forecast For Jackson Hole This Week


Jackson Hole is forecasted to get it’s first taste of winter later today. The peaks over 10,000′ are predicted to get as much as 10″ of new snow by Wednesday. Below is a Special Weather Statement and Hazardous Weather Outlook from NOAA:

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Special Weather Statement

Special Weather Statement

Teton and Gros Ventre Mountains-
411 AM MDT Tue Sep 10 2019

...First accumulating snow of the Season expected late tonight
through Wednesday evening...

A potent early fall storm will deliver significant amounts of
precipitation to the area today through Wednesday night. The rain
is expected to turn to snow by late tonight and continue
Wednesday and Wednesday evening.

* WHAT...Accumulating snowfall

* WHERE...One to three inches, except 4 to 10 inches above 10000

* WHEN...After midnight tonight through Wednesday evening

* ADDITIONAL DETAILS...Hikers and campers should prepare for
  winter conditions.

This Hazardous Weather Outlook is for Western and Central Wyoming.

Today and Tonight.

A chance of thunderstorms in the west this morning, spreading
eastward this afternoon and tonight. Some storms will be strong
with strong wind gusts and small hail.

.DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN…Wednesday through Monday.

Wednesday…Rain showers likely with isolated thunderstorms.
Snow in the higher mountain elevations.

Monday…Isolated afternoon and evening thunderstorms.


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