JACKSON, Wyo. — Clouds hovered over the Tetons Thursday morning as several storm cycles passed through the mountains. As the fog periodically broke apart, a fresh fall dusting was visible across the range; a sure sign that the seasons have shifted.

Now that Thursday’s cold front has worked its way through the area folks can expect drier conditions today as the storm system exits to the east.

According to Buckrail Meteorologist Alan Smith, the weekend is looking generally quiet, but a minor disturbance passing north of the area will result in another uptick in winds on tomorrow. A few light showers are also possible north of Jackson Hole (including Yellowstone), but there is only a very small chance of the disturbance tracking far enough south to bring any shower activity to the Tetons and Jackson Hole.

Check out the full weekend forecast here.

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