Winter Storm Warning

We’ve seen light snow throughout the week, and the arrival of the next winter system is said to be on it’s way. Thursday through Saturday’s forecast is stating dumpage of 12-24 inches on the Tetons, with localized amounts of up to 34 inches!

NOAA has declared a ‘Winter Storm Warning’ beginning tonight, remaining in effect until 5:00pm Saturday. Throughout the next few days we look to see consistent precipitation and strong southwest winds, with the peak of the storm hitting late Friday and early Saturday. High temperatures are expected to reach the mid-twenties throughout the duration of the storm.

Things will begin to taper off mid day Saturday with temperatures dropping into the low-to-mid teens. Clear skies will then come into view and remain through Sunday and into Monday.

Pray for snow!