JACKSON, Wyo. — Winter weather is taking its time to settle into the valley this year, compared with a rather snowy November in 2022.
According to Buckrail Meteorologist Alan Smith, Jackson experienced three consecutive La Niña winters, but current weather is indicating a “strong” El Niño phase, which tips the odds in favor of a warmer and drier winter compared to average in the Tetons.
Buckrail photographer Nick Sulzer has captured images of familiar vistas in the area in both November 2022 and November 2023. Use the slider tools below to see how this winter (right) is stacking up against last winter (left).