17 Feb 2014
It is great to hear that much of the country is experiencing a good white winter. Jackson Hole is once again leading the charts in snowfall this winter. In fact, most folks here have just put their shovels down only to hear another winter storm is headed our way. (Note: see weather advisory below.) The latest storm which started on Thursday delivered over 25 inches to the valley making our snow totals 283 inches so far this winter. Nobody seems to be complaining too much because with all the shoveling does come some great chances to play in all the snow. The temperatures this week are perfect for being outside with the highs reaching between 20-30 degrees in the mountains.
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Special Weather Statement/ Advisory issued 2/10/2014
ANOTHER ROUND OF WINTER STORMS ON ITS WAY THIS WEEK... AS THIS PAST WEEKEND WINTER STORM HAS LEFT THE AREA...LIGHT SNOW WILL CONTINUE OCCASIONALLY TODAY TONIGHT AND TOMORROW BEFORE THE FIRST OF SEVERAL POTENTIALLY STRONG WINTER STORMS MOVES INTO THE REGION WEDNESDAY WITH HEAVY SNOW CONTINUING OFF AND ON THROUGH FRIDAY. EACH OF THESE SYSTEMS WILL HAVE THE POTENTIAL TO BE MAJOR SNOW AND STRONG WIND PRODUCERS...WITH SNOWFALL RATES OF A FOOT OR MORE PER DAY POSSIBLE AND WIND GUSTING AS HIGH AS 80 MPH AT TIMES ACROSS THE RIDGE TOPS.