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Bridger-Teton (Raymer) -- Raymer Study Plot (9,300')
Snow Report for 02/24/2018 06:22
Grand Targhee Snow Totals
1'' in last 24 hrs
90'' total depth
356'' total snow
-8 º F
West-Southwesterly @ 15 mph
Bridger-Teton (Rendevous) -- Rendezvous Bowl Plot (9,580')
Snow Report for 02/24/2018 06:22
Grand Targhee Snow Totals
1'' in last 24 hrs
90'' total depth
356'' total snow
-8 º F
West-Southwesterly @ 15 mph
JHMR Summit -- Upper-Mountain
Snow Report for February 24, 2018 6:00 AM
Grand Targhee Snow Totals
1'' in last 24 hrs
1'' in last 12 hrs
99'' total depth
356'' total snow
JHMR Mid-Mountain -- Mid-Mountain
Snow Report for February 24, 2018 6:00 AM
Grand Targhee Snow Totals
1'' in last 24 hrs
1'' in last 12 hrs
99'' total depth
356'' total snow
Grand Targhee -- Mid-Mountain (9200')
Snow Report for Saturday Feb 24 6:31 am
Grand Targhee Snow Totals
1'' in last 24 hrs
1'' in last 12 hrs
0'' since 6 AM
99'' total depth
277'' total snow
7 MPH

Avalanche Report

General Avalanche Hazard For 02/24/2018 06:22
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Avalanche Advisory
Yesterday, a skier triggered a small pocket of wind slab on a southerly aspect on Teton Pass at an elevation around 9,700 feet. Similar avalanches will be possible today above 9,000 feet on very steep, wind-loaded slopes. While small, these slides have the potential to sweep backcountry travelers over cliff bands or into terrain traps. As the day progresses, strong ridgetop winds will be transporting available snow and adding depth and volume to these slabs. Skiers and riders still have some potential to trigger large to very large persistent deep slab avalanches above 7,500 feet, particularly when the underlying weak layers from December and January are less than three feet below the snow surface. Below 7,500 feet, the snowpack is mostly stable and avalanches are unlikely.
Weather Forecast For 02/24/2018 06:22
Expect increasing cloud cover as another upper level disturbance begins to bring light to moderate intensity snowfall to the region later in the day.
Afternoon Discussion For Fri February 23, 2018 6:54 PM
SITUATION
Skies were partly cloudy to mostly sunny over Western Wyoming on Friday. Mountain temperatures rose into the mid to upper teens as the valleys climbed into the mid-20s. Southerly ridgetop winds veered to the west at 5 to 15 miles per hour.

Two to five feet of dense slab resides over persistent layers of faceted snow that formed in December and January. Failure of these slabs are more likely to occur in terrain where the underlying weak layers are less than three feet below the snow surface. Mountain snow depths in the Tetons range from 90 to 100 inches. To the north on Togwotee Pass, the height of snow varies between 60 and 80 inches, and around 85 inches of settled snow can be found in the Southwest Trails forecast zone. According to SNOTEL data, the snow water equivalent at the Grand Targhee site is 125% of normal. The Togwotee Pass and Blind Bull stations are reading 142% and 147%, respectively. Despite well below average readings at the lower elevation sites, the Snake River Basin above Palisades is still above average at 117%.

FORECAST FOR Saturday, February 24, 2018
Expect cloud cover to increase overnight as the next Pacific shortwave approaches the region. Light snowfall will develop on Saturday and increase in intensity during the day. Overnight lows in the mountains will be in the negative single digits before rising into the upper single digits in the afternoon. Westerly ridgetop winds will back to the southwest at and increase to 20 to 30 miles per hour.

The general avalanche hazard is expected to remain Moderate above 7,500 feet with persistent deep slab avalanches being the primary concern. While these slabs are becoming harder to trigger, the consequences remain severe. Backcountry travelers might also be able to trigger an isolated pocket of recently developed wind slab in very steep, wind-loaded terrain above 9,000 feet. Below 7,500 feet, the snowpack is mostly stable and avalanches are unlikely.

TREND FOR Sunday, February 25, 2018 AND Monday, February 26, 2018
Periods of light to moderate snowfall interspersed with brief lulls will continue into the beginning of the week. Pockets of wind slab will form in leeward terrain at the higher elevations, and the threat of deep slab avalanches will persist.

Weather Stations

Teton Pass
Elev 8,428 ft
Sat Feb 24 @ 6:35 AM
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Weather Forecasts

Teton Pass
Elev 8,472 ft
Sat Feb 24 @ 2:34 AM
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Temp: Red Line      Wind: Light Gray Area      Wind Gust: Light Blue Area      Wind Dir: Orange Circles

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