Regional Condition Reports & Advisories

Mountain & River Reports Road Reports & Other Info

River & Reservoir Levels

Wyoming Road Report
Wyoming Snowpack Info Jackson Area Road Report
Avalanche Forecast for Tetons WYDOT Webcams
Snow Analysis Maps NWS Watches & Warnings
Teton Climbing/Backcountry Report U of Utah Earthquake Reports


Local News & Informational Links

Local News Sources National Parks & Forests Jackson Hole Info
JH News & Guide Grand Teton National Park JH Chamber of Commerce
Planet JH Yellowstone National Park Jackson Hole Traveler
JH Underground Bridger-Teton National Forest Town of Jackson Website
Jackson Hole Media Caribou-Targhee National Forest Teton County Website
  National Elk Refuge Teton Co. Emergency Mgmt.


Fire Weather Information

Local Fire Info National Fire Info

NWS-Riverton Fire Weather Page

Daily Fire Weather Outlook Maps
Teton Interagency Fire Page National Interagency Fire Center (NIFC)
Current Fire Restrictions Active Fires Mapping Page
Wyoming Fire Restrictions Wildland Fire Outlook
Teton Area Fire Outlooks Google Earth Fire Data Maps Page


Air Quality Information

Air Quality Information
Wyoming & NorthWest US National Info
AIRNow Air Quality Map - Northwest AIRNow National Air Quality Map
All Wyoming Monitoring Sites National Wildfire Smoke Advisories
Wyoming Dept. of Air Quality US Air Quality - The Smog Blog
Grand Teton Nat'l Park Cam & Data All NPS Air Quality Cams & Data
NOTE: Most of the air quality information above is derived from a national monitioring network that does not have widespread coverage and concentrates on ozone & other pollutants. Wildland Fire Smoke is not captured  very well. The BEST way to monitor smoke is via webcams. If it looks hazy, it's probably not good air quality.
Next best is using your senses, if you can smell it or taste it, the air quality is not good.
Read article below.
Click here to read about Wildland Fire Smoke & Your Health