snowfall
8”
since
lifts closed
59”
summit
Depth
0
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9
0
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9
0
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9
INCHES
This Season
0 /12LIFTS OPEN
TRAM CLOSED
Since 9:00 AM
Temps
Tram Summit
Gondi Summit
Terrain
130 /134
Trails Open
41
Groomed Trails
  • Today
Cody Bowl
Cody Bowl
Top of Thunder Chair
Top of Thunder Chair
Thunder Chair, Tower 2
Thunder Chair, Tower 2
Gondola Summit
Gondola Summit
Casper
Casper
Base of the Gondola
Base of the Gondola
Base of Teewinot Chair
Base of Teewinot Chair
Tram Station Cam
Tram Station Cam
Mountain View
Mountain View
Apres Vous
Apres Vous
8”

Weather / Snow Report

Snow Totals by Resort
  • 600"
    450"
    300"
    150"
    0"
  • Jackson Hole, WY
    141
  • Alta, UT
    91
  • Park City, UT
    36
  • Vail, CO
    105
  • Breckenridge, CO
    118
  • Telluride, CO
    90
  • Steamboat, CO
    98
  • Whistler, BC
    108

Snow Report

Report updated 2014-12-21 3:00PM

 
UPPER MOUNTAIN
MID MOUNTAIN

Since Lifts Closed

8”
6”

Since 6am

4”

24 Hrs

8”
5”

48 Hrs

11”
8”

Season Total

141”
110”

Snow Depth

59”
49”

Mountain Update

3:00 PM It's been a windy day that brought in a lot of snow, and we should be seeing more over night and into tomorrow. Remember you can also check our Snow Phone for updates at 307-733-2291! See you all back here tomorrow! -AB

2:50 PM AV is now open to the public -AB

2:45 PM Thunder and AV are down due to wind, Sublette is closed for the day due to high winds. -AB

12:00 PM If you're not out here, you should be. We just received another 2 inches since opening this morning with more on the way. Please remember to be safe out there! -AB

9:50 AM Bronco Terrain Park is now open! -AB

9:18 AM All Lifts are open except for Sublette for wind. Headwall, Crags, and Casper Bowl are closed -AB

9:15 AM Bridger Gondola, Thunder and Marmot are now open to the public! Casper is on hold at this time -AB

9:00 AM Its snowing here at Teton Village today! Expect delays for lifts opening today while we are still trying to clear the mountain. At this time we have 7 lifts open, please stay tuned for more updates and openings!-AB

8:00 AM The snow is still coming down hard here at Jackson Hole! Since 5:00 AM this morning we have received 2 additional inches of snow, giving us 8 inches since lifts closed yesterday! The snow is forecasted to continue through the day and into tonight, we could see significant amounts of accumulations by tomorrow. Winds are expected to increase substantially as the day goes on and could affect lift operations. With plenty of new snow to play in, it’s going to be an awesome day on the mountain! - JB

6:00 AM It is dumping out there this morning; we have received 8 inches of new snow in the past 24 hours 6 of which has fallen since the lifts closed yesterday. The new snow is adding nicely to the previous week’s snow with lighter snow at the higher elevations thanks to temperatures that were in the teens overnight. Today’s forecast is calling for the snow to continue today with more accumulation expected. We hope you can join us on this snowy Sunday! -JB


Lifts & Terrain

Lifts Open:

0 of 12

Trails Open:

130 of 134

Groomers Open:

41

Terrain Parks:

OPEN Bronco (beginner)
CLOSED Eagles Terrain Park (intermediate)
CLOSED Halfpipe

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Current Conditions

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Note on Mountain Weather

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.

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