More than five feet (152 cm) of snow in one week.

“Series of powerful storms boost early season snowpack in the Tetons,” reads the headline.

From November 9 through 16, the Rendezvous Bowl Plot at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort recorded 60 inches of snow, and if you go back to November 7, that total expands to 68 inches. The Rendezvous Bowl Plot eclipsed its average November snowfall (which is 59 inches) in just one week.

Heavy snow fell in the valley as well, with one-week totals ranging from 1-2 feet. Impressive for mid-November!

The next storm will arrive on Wednesday today).

Total snow amounts with this storm will range from 5-10 inches in the Tetons with anywhere from a trace to 3 inches in the valley.

See entire article by Meteorologist Alan Smith :

Series of powerful storms boost early season snowpack in the Tetons

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November 18, 2020 at 02:21PM