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Bridger-Teton (Raymer) -- Raymer Study Plot (9,300')
Snow Report for 02/25/2017 05:30
Grand Targhee Snow Totals
2'' in last 24 hrs
119'' total depth
428'' total snow
-6 º F
West-Southwesterly @ 12 mph
Bridger-Teton (Rendevous) -- Rendezvous Bowl Plot (9,580')
Snow Report for 02/25/2017 05:30
Grand Targhee Snow Totals
2'' in last 24 hrs
119'' total depth
428'' total snow
-6 º F
West-Southwesterly @ 12 mph
JHMR Summit -- Upper-Mountain
Snow Report for February 25th, 2017 6:00 AM
Grand Targhee Snow Totals
2'' in last 24 hrs
2'' in last 12 hrs
0'' since 6 AM
478'' total snow
JHMR Mid-Mountain -- Mid-Mountain
Snow Report for February 25th, 2017 6:00 AM
Grand Targhee Snow Totals
2'' in last 24 hrs
2'' in last 12 hrs
0'' since 6 AM
478'' total snow
Grand Targhee -- Mid-Mountain (9200')
Snow Report for Saturday Feb 25 10:20 am
Grand Targhee Snow Totals
4'' in last 24 hrs
3'' in last 12 hrs
1'' since 6 AM
111'' total depth
357'' total snow
18°
11 MPH
Avalanche Report
General Avalanche Hazard For 02/25/2017 05:30
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Temperatures at 5 AM were around five degrees cooler than yesterday morning. At the mid and upper elevations, skiers and riders venturing onto steep, avalanche-prone slopes could trigger small to large wind slabs. West-southwesterly ridgetop winds picked up late in the day on Friday and continued overnight. These winds were strong enough to transport snow near upper elevation ridgelines, and terrain with obvious signs of recent wind loading should be avoided. When evaluating the upper portion of the snowpack, look for failures in density breaks and examine the degree to which the recent snowfall is bonding to sun and rain crusts. The snowpack is mostly stable at the lower elevations and avalanches are unlikely.
Weather Forecast For 02/25/2017 05:30
Expect partly to mostly cloudy skies along with the chance for light, convective snow showers.
Afternoon Discussion For Fri February 24, 2017 6:48 PM
SITUATION
Western Wyoming was under mostly cloudy skies on Friday with light, convective snow showers being interspaced with brief breaks of sunshine. Mountain temperatures warmed into the upper teens as the valleys climbed into the low to mid 20s. Ridgetop winds ranged from 5 to 15 miles per hour. In the Togwotee Pass and Southwest Trails areas, these winds were out to the west to northwest, and southwesterly ridgetop winds veered to the west in the Tetons.

In the past 36 hours, the Tetons received between four and six inches of new snow. In the Togwotee Pass and Southwest Trails areas, a few more inches fell. In general, the Western Wyoming snowpack has many maritime traits. This is most apparent in the record deep snowpack of the Tetons, and less so in the shallower snowpack of the Togwotee Pass area. Maritime snowpacks can be characterized as deep, warm and having low overall temperature gradients. These characteristics increase the rates of both the bonding of new snow to old snow surfaces and the breakdown of faceted weak layers.

FORECAST FOR Saturday, February 25, 2017
Scattered, convective snow showers will remain possible at times on Saturday, but little accumulation is expected. Periods of sunshine will be interspersed with these light snow showers. Overnight lows in the mountains will be in the single digits before rising into the low to mid teens during the day. Southwesterly ridgetop winds will range from 10 to 20 miles per hour.

On Saturday, the general avalanche hazard is expected to be MODERATE. In steep, avalanche prone terrain, skiers and riders could trigger pockets of recently developed slabs one to two feet in depth. When analyzing the upper portion of the snowpack, look for failures in density breaks and examine the degree to which the recent snowfall is bonding to sun and rain crusts. Avalanche activity below the rain crust from early February is unlikely.

TREND FOR Sunday, February 26, 2017 AND Monday, February 27, 2017
Mostly dry conditions are expected on Sunday before the next weather system moves through on Monday and into Tuesday. The general avalanche hazard will slowly decrease until the next significant loading event occurs.
Weather Stations
Teton Pass
Elev 8,428 ft
Sat Feb 25 @ 3:35 PM
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Teton Pass
Elev 8,472 ft
Sat Feb 25 @ 2:43 PM
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