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Bridger-Teton (Raymer) -- Raymer Study Plot (9,300')
Snow Report for 03/27/2017 05:59
Grand Targhee Snow Totals
1'' in last 24 hrs
111'' total depth
493'' total snow
21 º F
South-Southwesterly @ 11 mph
Bridger-Teton (Rendevous) -- Rendezvous Bowl Plot (9,580')
Snow Report for 03/27/2017 05:59
Grand Targhee Snow Totals
1'' in last 24 hrs
111'' total depth
493'' total snow
21 º F
South-Southwesterly @ 11 mph
JHMR Summit -- Upper-Mountain
Snow Report for March 27th, 2017 6:00 AM
Grand Targhee Snow Totals
1'' in last 24 hrs
1'' in last 12 hrs
0'' since 6 AM
552'' total snow
JHMR Mid-Mountain -- Mid-Mountain
Snow Report for March 27th, 2017 6:00 AM
Grand Targhee Snow Totals
1'' in last 24 hrs
1'' in last 12 hrs
0'' since 6 AM
552'' total snow
Grand Targhee -- Mid-Mountain (9200')
Snow Report for Monday Mar 27 6:05 am
Grand Targhee Snow Totals
0'' in last 24 hrs
0'' in last 12 hrs
0'' since 6 AM
108'' total depth
422'' total snow
41°
5 MPH
Avalanche Report
General Avalanche Hazard For 03/27/2017 05:59
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Avalanche Advisory
Light amounts of new snow, which could mix with rain to an elevation of 8500 feet, will fall on a springtime snowpack that is mostly stable. Avalanche activity today will be limited to isolated wet loose slides that could occur in very steep terrain at lower elevations where the snowpack is warm and weak or in steep cliff areas at higher elevations where small shallow soft slabs could carry consequences in no fall zones. Watch for unstable snow on isolated terrain features today.
Weather Forecast For 03/27/2017 05:59
Periods of snow that will be mixed with rain at lower elevations.
Afternoon Discussion For Sun March 26, 2017 6:11 PM
SITUATION
Skies were clear this morning and temperatures were the coldest they have been in many days. On rendezvous mountain just before sunrise, the temperature was thirteen degrees Fahrenheit and the winds were light. Temperatures quickly rose in sunlit areas today, however terrain that was either slightly shaded or above 10,000 feet remained cold. Near 9000 feet, temperatures remained just below freezing at the Raymer study while other sunlitareas saw highs into the forties. These warm temperatures at the upper elevations were short lived as rapidly increasing clouds provided approximately 50% cover by noon over the mountain areas and then completely overcast skies by 430 pm. This resulted in a quick return to below freezing temperatures from approximately 8000 feet and up. At an elevation of 6500 feet, temperatures have risen from the upper twenties to the low forties this afternoon.

The one to three inches of snow that fell Friday night and Saturday morning remained as cold and dry snow on all aspects above 9000 feet through this morning when sunlight dampened it on most sunlit slopes. In shaded terrain this snow remains dry down to an elevation of approximately 8000 feet depending on location. In other terrain, a hard melt-freeze surface crust formed during last night’s cold temperatures. As temperatures warmed this surface softened, however not to the point of where wet slide activity developed other than for small sunballing in very steep terrain. Of note also is that in some areas, new surface hoar lies on the snow surface, particularly at the higher elevations.


FORECAST FOR Monday, March 27, 2017
Flow is turning back to the southwest. Winds have started to increases this evening and should have 15-20 mph averages through Monday. The chance for precipitation is on the increase and periods of snowfall(mixed with rain at the lower elevations) is to continue through Monday and into Tuesday morning. Snowfall amounts of one to two inches are expected through each twelve hour period at the upper elevations. High temperatures are to be in the low thirties at 9000 feet and into the forties in the valleys.

The general avalanche hazard will be Low on Monday at all elevations. Low does not mean no hazards exists and very shallow dry wind slabs exist in high terrain and a chance for wet loose slides could develop in very warm areas of steep terrain as the snow surfaces softens.


TREND FOR Tuesday, March 28, 2017 AND Wednesday, March 29, 2017
Tuesday and Wednesday look to be drier and warmer. The chance for wet loose slides could increase during the afternoons as the diurnal warmings weakens the surface. A larger storm could develop later in the week.
Weather Stations
Teton Pass
Elev 8,428 ft
Mon Mar 27 @ 6:05 PM
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Teton Pass
Elev 8,472 ft
Mon Mar 27 @ 5:04 PM
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