NOAA: Sleeper Storm to Drop 6-8″ of Snow on Jackson Hole Tonight

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Just this afternoon, NOAA began calling for 6-8″ of snow tonight in the Teton mountains of Wyoming including Jackson Hole.  Looks like it was a bit of a sleeper storm they didn’t see coming until the last minute?

THE NORTHWESTERN MOUNTAINS COULD SEE 4-7 INCHES OF
NEW SNOWFALL ACCUMULATION. THE HIGHER AMOUNTS WILL BE
LOCALIZED... - NOAA Riverton, WY today

Snow levels should be to valley floors for most of this event with 1-3″ of snow in the town of Jackson.

6-8" of snow for the Tetons! image: noaa
6-8″ of snow for the Tetons! image: noaa

Jackson Hole just got 22″ of snow in the past week bringing their season total to 27″ thus far.  Another 6-8″ up top should really help line things up for opening day on November 26th.

It’s currently snowing to the base of Jackson Hole.

PHOTO TOUR:

Snowing Teewinot chair at the base of Jackson Hole at 5:30pm today.
Snowing Teewinot chair at the base of Jackson Hole at 5:30pm today.
The Deck at Jackson Hole today at 5:30pm
The Deck at Jackson Hole today at 5:30pm

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