Jackson Hole received some new snow, down to the valley floor, last night (October 29th) with some decent accumulation up in the Teton Mountains. There was about a half an inch in the Town of Jackson and up to 4 inches reported in Kelly, Wyoming. Up at elevation, between the 8,000 & 10,000-ft. elevation, new snow accumulations ranged from 5 to 10 inches .
More snow is on the way for Halloween and into Thursday, November 1st.
Click image below for loop of snowfall accumulation between 2pm Tuesday and 2pm Thursday for the Rocky Mountains. Looking especially good for Central Colorado and Western Wyoming’s mountains. This model run shows around a foot of new snow likely for the higher elevations for these two locations.
Temperatures will stay cool initially, then warm through Thursday, which will bring some rain to lower elevations.
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Post by meteorologist Jim Woodmencey