After picking up 5″ of snow on Saturday, today’s 5″ refresh brought us some great turns in Jackson Hole. The report was 5″ at 6AM, but it continued to snow heavily in the morning and we picked up a few additional inches since.
The second run of the day was one we will be remembering all week long, with fresh, dry snow sitting on top of a beautifully groomed Rag Run.
Fresh “powderoy” turns with the tram cruising by in the background and snow crystals glistening against a brilliant blue sky:
The 5″ of new snow put Jackson Hole up to 294″ on the season, though the number will be higher than that after the post-6 AM snow totals are added. Upper mountain base depths are at 91″ and coverage is great.
While the snow continued on and off today, the forecast tomorrow is for cold temperatures and blue skies before we warm up later in the week. As of right now, it looks like the weekend will bring soft snow and warm temperatures- just what skiing in March should be!
The spring fun is in full effect, with Music Under the Tram starting on Saturday. One Ton Pig hits the stage under the tram at 3PM, the first of 8 free Music Under the Tram shows during March and April.
March has become March Radness in Jackson Hole, with deep snow, free live music, airfare and lodging deals and loads of events. Check out our March Radness page for more info.
We hope you were able to join us in enjoying the snow today!