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Bridger-Teton (Raymer) -- Raymer Study Plot (9,300')
Snow Report for 02/19/2017 06:02
Grand Targhee Snow Totals
13'' in last 24 hrs
112'' total depth
402'' total snow
23 º F
Southerly @ 23 mph
Bridger-Teton (Rendevous) -- Rendezvous Bowl Plot (9,580')
Snow Report for 02/19/2017 06:02
Grand Targhee Snow Totals
13'' in last 24 hrs
112'' total depth
402'' total snow
23 º F
Southerly @ 23 mph
JHMR Summit -- Upper-Mountain
Snow Report for February 19th, 2017 6:00 AM
Grand Targhee Snow Totals
13'' in last 24 hrs
11'' in last 12 hrs
0'' since 6 AM
452'' total snow
JHMR Mid-Mountain -- Mid-Mountain
Snow Report for February 19th, 2017 6:00 AM
Grand Targhee Snow Totals
13'' in last 24 hrs
11'' in last 12 hrs
0'' since 6 AM
452'' total snow
Grand Targhee -- Mid-Mountain (9200')
Snow Report for Sunday Feb 19 7:41 am
Grand Targhee Snow Totals
3'' in last 24 hrs
3'' in last 12 hrs
99'' total depth
333'' total snow
35°
9 MPH
Avalanche Report
General Avalanche Hazard For 02/19/2017 06:02
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In the past 24 hours, the Tetons have received over a foot of dense snow. Strong southerly ridgetop winds at 20 to 30 miles per hour accompanied this snowfall, and new soft slabs have formed at the mid and upper elevations. Up there, skiers and riders could trigger small to large slab avalanches along with loose snow sluffs in steep, avalanche-prone terrain. As the day progresses, these slides will increase in sensitivity, depth and volume. Cautious route finding and conservative decision making will be necessary for safe travel in avalanche terrain. At the lower elevations, precipitation was in the form of rain and snow, and shallow wet slides will be possible at or below the rain line.
Weather Forecast For 02/19/2017 06:02
In the mountains, expect moderate to heavy snowfall this morning before it decreases in intensity this afternoon. As the day warms, the rain line will rise.
Afternoon Discussion For Sat February 18, 2017 6:29 PM
SITUATION
Western Wyoming was under overcast skies as southerly flow brought Pacific moisture to the region. Snowfall developed overnight, and continued through the day in the mountains as temperatures climbed into the mid 20s. The valleys warmed into the upper 30s, and snow turned to rain in some areas. Southwesterly ridgetop winds ranged from 15 to 25 miles per hour.

In the past 24 hours, the east side of the Tetons received around six inches of new snow, while the west side only saw a couple of inches. A couple of inches of new snow also accumulated in the Togwotee Pass and Southwest Trails areas. At the higher elevations, new pockets of shallow soft slab formed upon a variety of snow surfaces which include sun crusts, surface hoar and settle powder. Just below these surfaces, stout rain crusts exist on all aspects up to 9,000 to 9,500 feet. Skiers also observed sluffing of the new snow in steep terrain.

FORECAST FOR Sunday, February 19, 2017
A moist, Pacific trough will bring periods of snowfall to the mountains overnight and into Sunday afternoon. Overnight lows in the mountains will be in the low 20s before rising into the upper 20s during the day. There, precipitation will remain in the form of snow. The valleys will dip below freezing by daybreak on Sunday before climbing into the mid 30s during the day, and a mix of rain and snow will be possible as the day warms. Southerly ridgetop winds will veer to the southwest at 15 to 25 miles per hour.

The general avalanche hazard is expected to be Moderate Sunday morning and will rise during the day as additional snowfall accumulates. Skiers and riders could trigger shallow pockets of newly developed soft slab in leeward avalanche terrain near ridgelines. In the Togwotee Pass area, a slight chance may persist to trigger full depth avalanches on northerly aspects above 9,000 feet.

TREND FOR Monday, February 20, 2017 AND Tuesday, February 21, 2017
After a brief lull Sunday evening, the next in a series of Pacific troughs will move into the area on Monday and bring another round of moisture. The general avalanche hazard will slowly rise as new slabs gain depth and volume.
Weather Stations
Teton Pass
Elev 8,428 ft
Sun Feb 19 @ 6:35 PM
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Teton Pass
Elev 8,472 ft
Sun Feb 19 @ 6:28 PM
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