Wyoming Ski Season Isn’t Over | 6-12″ of Snow Through Tuesday Morning | Go Take Some Backcountry Turns

Chris Wallner | BackcountryBackcountry | WeatherWeather
PINK= Winter Storm Warning. PURPLE= Winter Weather Advisory. Image: NOAA

Wyoming has a week full of unsettled weather ahead. The first of the systems will stick around through Tuesday morning. Ski season may be over at Wyoming resorts, but the Teton Pass and many other areas will be holding snow for weeks to come. Get out there and take some turns.

6-12″ of snow is expected to fall through Tuesday Morning.

7 day snowfall totals. Image: Tropical Tidbits
7 day precipitation totals. Image: NOAA

Snow levels are expected to hover around 6500ft throughout the duration of the spring snow storm.

Additional Storm Information:

Wet week ahead. Image: NOAA Cheyenne, WY
“A new weather system moving into the Cowboy State will bring lots of snow to the mountains through noon Tuesday. Afternoon rain showers and isolated thunderstorms will develop for the rest of the region. Breezy conditions will continue along the wind corridor and other locations.” – NOAA Riverton, WY
Heavy snow is expected to fall. Image: NOAA Cheyenne, WY

Wyoming: 6-12″ of Snow Above 6500ft Through Tuesday

* TOTAL SNOWFALL...6 to 12 inches.
- NOAA Riverton, WY
6-10 day temperature outlook. Image: NOAA
6-10 day precipitation outlook. Image: NOAA

Wyoming Winter Weather Advisory:

URGENT - WINTER WEATHER MESSAGE
National Weather Service Riverton WY
119 PM MDT Mon Apr 24 2017

...MODERATE TO OCCASIONALLY HEAVY SNOW RETURNING FOR MANY
MOUNTAIN LOCATIONS AND NORTHERN JOHNSON COUNTY TODAY THROUGH
TUESDAY...

.An approaching upper level disturbance and associated developing
cold front will bring snow to many of the mountains of western
and central Wyoming in addition to portions of the lower
elevations of Johnson County today through Tuesday.

Teton and Gros Ventre Mountains-
119 PM MDT Mon Apr 24 2017

...WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL NOON MDT
TUESDAY...

* TIMING...Snow will return to the mountains of western Wyoming
  and continue through tonight before tapering off Tuesday
  morning. The heaviest snow is expected late this afternoon and evening.

* TOTAL SNOWFALL...6 to 12 inches.

* MAIN IMPACT...Highways will become slick and snow covered,
  including Teton and Togwotee passes. Visibility could be
  reduced to under one half mile at times.
DEEP powder at Targhee this season. Image: Powder Day Photography/Grand Targhee Facebook Page

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