12:55 p.m. Sublette chair lift has re-opened. SS
12:00 p.m. Sublette chair lift is still on hold due to strong wind gusts however sustained winds is much more mild. Forecast is calling for snow on top and rain turning to snow by late afternoon in the valley. Visability is somewhat limited at the summit so ski and ride with care and be safe. SS
10:30 a.m. Sublette chair lift has been closed to the public due to high winds. SS
9:00 a.m. Good Morning all. The mountain is open including all lifts and Casper Bowl Headwall and Crags. Dicks Ditch is still closed for the snowboarding venue this coming weekend. Steady mountain snowfall is expected today, beginning with a mix of valley rain this morning, and turning over to snow by the afternoon. Ridgetop winds will be out of the southwest at 20-35 miles per hour. Valley temperatures should remain above freezing until the evening hours, while mountain highs hovering in the mid 20s. Happy skiing! SS
6:00 a.m. Two inches of new snow in Rendezvous Bowl this morning. Expect snow throughout the day above 7,500 ft. with heavy snowfall expected through tonight and into Tuesday afternoon. Temperatures will remain on the warmer side with low 30's at the summit and high 30's at the base. Winds will be moderate out of the SSW. -J.H.
Since Lifts Closed0" summit 0" mid-mountain
Since 6am0" summit
24 Hours2" summit 0" mid-mountain
48 Hours2" summit 0" mid-mountain
Snow Depth133" summit 111" mid-mountain
Season Total424" summit 340" mid-mountain
Lifts & Terrain
Expected Highs32°f Summit40°f Base
Expected Highs24°F Summit33°F Base
Expected Highs30°F Summit38°F Base
This snow and weather report is for Teton Village, Wyoming and Jackson Hole Mountain Resort. Snowfall information is obtained from directly from the snow study plots maintained by the Bridger-Teton National Forest Avalanche Forecast Center. Weather information is obtained from NOAA and MountainWeather.com, but weather patterns in Jackson Hole are exceedingly difficult to predict - when venturing into the mountains, be prepared for rapid, dramatic weather changes.