Jackson Hole Weather Monday January 18, 2021, 13 hours ago

The sun is out on Monday morning, but lingering moisture and an unstable atmosphere will result in increasing clouds in the afternoon with a few snow showers or flurries possible. Any accumulations will be minimal, however. Highs on Monday will top out near 30 in the valley.

Dry conditions will prevail on Tuesday and Wednesday with mostly sunny skies and cold temperatures. We’ll begin to warm up some on Thursday with increasing clouds in the afternoon ahead of the next approaching storm system.

This next storm will be rather complex as the bulk of the moisture and energy will be tracking south of Wyoming, but we should still see a few waves of snow arrive from the south and southwest from Thursday night through Saturday. Light to moderate accumulations are expected at this time, but confidence is low.

Alan Smith, Meteorologist

 

 

 

 

Current Weather

clear sky
Temp
17 MPH N Wind

Raymer Plot

3" 24 Hour
63" Depth
217" Total

Rendezvous Bowl Plot

2" 24 Hour
61" Depth
237" Total

Jackson Hole Mountain Resort

22° Base
SUMMIT
3" 24 Hour
3" 48 Hour
63" Depth
237" Total

Grand Targhee Resort

Temp
3" 24 Hour
3" 48 Hour
69" Depth
214" Total
GENERAL AVALANCHE HAZARD
Elevation Morning Rating Afternoon Rating
High Elevations (9,000´-10,500´) 2-MODERATE 2-MODERATE
Mid Elevations (7,500´-9,000´) 2-MODERATE 2-MODERATE
Low Elevations (6,000´-7,500´ 2-MODERATE 2-MODERATE
General Avalanche Advisory
While the hazard rating has not changed, the avalanche danger has increased. Strong ridgetop winds have formed shallow pockets of wind slab in leeward terrain at the mid and upper elevations. These slabs could be triggered by skiers and riders on steep, wind loaded slopes. On a variety of aspects and elevations, the primary concern continues to be large to very large, human triggered persistent slab avalanches. Previous tracks are not an indication of stability with a persistent slab problem. Careful snowpack and terrain evaluation will be essential for safe travel in avalanche terrain.
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Jackson WY, Weather Forecast

Date Forcast Temp
Tue - 09:00:00 AM clear sky
Tue - 12:00:00 PM clear sky
Tue - 03:00:00 PM clear sky
Tue - 06:00:00 PM clear sky 14°
Tue - 09:00:00 PM clear sky 20°
Wed - 12:00:00 AM clear sky 12°
Wed - 03:00:00 AM clear sky
Wed - 06:00:00 AM clear sky
Wed - 09:00:00 AM clear sky
Wed - 12:00:00 PM clear sky
Wed - 03:00:00 PM scattered clouds
Wed - 06:00:00 PM few clouds 19°
Wed - 09:00:00 PM clear sky 28°
Thu - 12:00:00 AM clear sky 22°
Thu - 03:00:00 AM scattered clouds 15°

Buckrail is providing this data to the best of our ability from the following data sources: Jackson Hole Mountain Resort snow report, Grand Targhee Resort Snow Report and the Bridger-Teton National Forest Avalanche Center. Buckrail is not responsoible for the accuracy of data on this page.