The NOAA has issued a ‘hazardous weather outlook‘ for Wyoming this weekend, particularly the Western Mountains, which is good news for ski resorts. According to the NOAA, Grand Targhee could see 10-inches of fresh snow before the weekend is out, and OpenSnow is even more optimistic, saying it could be up to 17″.
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Friday...Saturday...and Sunday...Light snow over the western mountains on Thursday night into early Friday, with rain and snow showers spreading eastward on Friday. A better chance of precipitation, especially snow, should occur over most of the area late Saturday into Sunday. The western mountains could see 4 to 10 inches. Temperatures will be colder Sunday and Monday.
Temperatures will drop, with lows down to 19ºF. Snow will accumulate down to 7,000-feet.
Grand Targhee is scheduled to open on 22nd November, and with snow already on the ground and more to come, opening day might just be one to remember.