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Bridger-Teton (Raymer) -- Raymer Study Plot (9,300')
Snow Report for 11/22/2017 06:15
Grand Targhee Snow Totals
0'' in last 24 hrs
43'' total depth
116'' total snow
31 º F
West-Northwesterly @ 17 mph
Bridger-Teton (Rendevous) -- Rendezvous Bowl Plot (9,580')
Snow Report for 11/22/2017 06:15
Grand Targhee Snow Totals
0'' in last 24 hrs
43'' total depth
116'' total snow
31 º F
West-Northwesterly @ 17 mph
JHMR Summit -- Upper-Mountain
Snow Report for November 22, 2017 6:00 AM
Grand Targhee Snow Totals
1'' in last 24 hrs
1'' in last 12 hrs
52'' total depth
118'' total snow
JHMR Mid-Mountain -- Mid-Mountain
Snow Report for November 22, 2017 6:00 AM
Grand Targhee Snow Totals
1'' in last 24 hrs
1'' in last 12 hrs
52'' total depth
118'' total snow
Grand Targhee -- Mid-Mountain (9200')
Snow Report for Wednesday Nov 22 6:18 am
Grand Targhee Snow Totals
0'' in last 24 hrs
0'' in last 12 hrs
0'' since 6 AM
49'' total depth
101'' total snow
48°
3 MPH
Avalanche Report
General Avalanche Hazard For 11/22/2017 06:15
MORNINGAFTERNOON
B-T Avalanche Report
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Avalanche Advisory
Rain and warm temperatures will combine with sunshine in the afternoon to increase the potential for wet snow avalanches to occur in cliff areas and on very steep slopes. Shallow wet slabs and loose wet slides are possible at the mid and upper elevations. At the lower elevations very shallow wet loose sloughs are possible on steep slopes that are snow covered.
Weather Forecast For 11/22/2017 06:15
Skies will continue to be overcast with light rain to an elevation of 10,000 feet during the morning hours. Skies will become partly cloudy in the afternoon.
Afternoon Discussion For Tue November 21, 2017 6:12 PM
SITUATION
Last night’s storm brought 3 to 5 inches of dense snow with 0.7 inches of moisture to the higher elevations and rain to the valleys. A mix of rain, snow and rime ice was reported on the west slope of the Tetons to an elevation of 9,500 feet. Skies were partly to mostly cloudy today. Temperatures warmed to 50 degrees in the valleys. Temperatures at 10,500 feet rose into the upper 20s.

The clouds kept conditions cooler above an elevation of 9,000 feet. Yesterday’s strong winds with gusts from 50 to 80 miles per hour created wind-packed snow surfaces in exposed terrain. Crusts formed below an elevation of 9,000 feet on all by the most shaded aspects. Snow depths are shallow below an elevation of 7,000 feet and valleys are mostly bare. Four to five feet of snow exist at an elevation of 9,500 feet.



FORECAST FOR Wednesday, November 22, 2017
Another Pacific system, although a weak one will move into the area Tonight and into Wednesday and bring another round of rain and snow. This looks to be a warmer system, with snow levels rising from 7,000 to 7,500 feet tonight to around 8,500 feet on Wednesday morning. The steadiest precipitation will occur later tonight and into Wednesday morning before tapering off fairly quickly in the afternoon.

Temperatures will be near 30 degrees at all elevation by morning and will rise into the 30s and 40s in the mountains and to near 50 in the valleys. Winds will be westerly at 10 to 20 miles per hour.

Mostly stable snow exists. Recent new snow has been dense and has been bonding well to old snow surfaces. Strong winds yesterday caused extensive drifting at the higher elevations. At the upper elevations small pockets of wind slab up to a foot deep may retain some potential for humans to trigger them in cliff areas and very steep avalanche starting zones. The last large slab avalanche observed, occurred near the end of a major storm cycle on Friday or Saturday. This slab avalanche released naturally on a northeast aspect at an elevation of 10,600 feet north of Togwotee Pass. Very warm conditions are expected tomorrow. The general avalanche hazard is expected to be LOW to MODERATE on Wednesday, depending on elevation, location, the freezing level and the amount of rain and snow we get overnight.

TREND FOR Thursday, November 23, 2017 AND Friday, November 24, 2017
Dry and warm weather is expected before the next system moves into the region on Friday morning. Only slight changes are expected in the general avalanche hazard.
Weather Stations
Teton Pass
Elev 8,428 ft
Wed Nov 22 @ 2:55 PM
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Weather Forecasts
Teton Pass
Elev 8,472 ft
Wed Nov 22 @ 2:06 PM
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