TETON VILLAGE, Wyo. — Jackson Hole Mountain Resort (JHMR) is reporting 405 inches of total snowfall this season, with 13 inches recorded at the upper mountain in the last 24 hours.
At the upper mountain, the snow depth is 110 inches and 93 inches at the mid-mountain. JHMR reported a total of 32 inches in the past 72 hours. The resort is well on its way to reaching a 500-inch season with more snow in the forecast this week.
In 2019, JHMR reported a record-setting 193 inches in February and 505 inches of total snowfall for the season. During the 2020 season, JHMR reported the deepest January to date with over eleven feet of snow falling in a single month.
Grand Targhee isn’t far behind with a reported 345 inches this season. The ski resort on the west side of the Tetons reported 6 inches overnight and a total of 25 inches in the past 72 hours.