Jackson Hole Mountain Resort in Wyoming just broke 400″ on the season today.
After 20″ of new snow in the past 24-hours, Jackson reported 406″ of seasonal snowfall this morning.
Jackson Hole plunged back into the powder vortex, receiving 53″ in the last seven days and 38″ in the last three. Torrents of majestic Teton cold smoke poured from swirling skies, creating blank canvases seemingly every run. Although tamer than January, February has certainly delivered a constant stream of stoke thus far. We’ve eclipsed 400″ on the season thanks to this cycle, and with about two months left, we’re confident we’ll leave our season average behind in a whirlwind of frosty flakes.
- Jackson Hole, 2/17/20
Recent Jackson Hole Reports:
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- 2/8/20: Jackson Hole, WY Report: The Deepest Day We’ve Ever Had Here