“The snow could be heavy at times. New snow accumulation of 3 to 7 inches possible.” – NOAA’s current forecast for Jackson Hole, WY at 9,000′
NOAA is calling for 3-7″ of snowfall at Jackson Hole, WY on Friday.
Jackson Hole has already seen snow twice this month: September 11th & September 17th.
Snow levels are forecast to range from 7,500-9,000′ with this coming storm.
"The trough axis will likely not be through WY until Friday night/Saturday morning and therefore precipitation chances will linger from Thursday afternoon through Friday night and begin to taper off Saturday. The northwest will see the most precipitation through that period and Friday will be the wettest day across the area. Snow levels will be variable, ranging between 9000 to 10kft for much of the area and possibly as low as 7500 over northwestern portions" - NOAA Riverton, WY today
NOAA is calling for snow to be “heavy at times” on Friday with 3-7″ of snow forecast.
Winter weather is expected to continue in Tetons on Saturday and Sunday.
Further outlook from our friends at NOAA, advise of a separate weather system moving into the area starting early next week.
Time to tune the gear and touch wood to keep this white stuff rolling through winter!