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February Snow Records at Jackson Hole

February 15, 2019

Jackson Hole reported it is the deepest February to date.  It is only February 15th and the report of all the deep snow means there is still half a month to continue to break snow records at Jackson Hole this season.

This week's storm system had Jackson Hole in a snow globe.  The snow fell at a rate of a few inches per hour leaving over 18 inches of snow in one day.  It does not stop there.  The system continued and will drop more snow into the weekend ahead.

Jackson Hole recorded snowfall for 12 days in a row.  The skiing and snowboarding conditions are pristine right now.  97 inches has fallen this February in Rendezvous Bowl, making it the deepest February to date (on record).  The average snowfall for this period is 31 inches at Rendezvous Bowl, and preceded by a 92″ record in 2017, 

More snow continues heading into the weekend with cooler temperatures allowing the snow to stay soft and light.  Sunshine returns mid-week and then more snow can be expected next weekend.  We will see what kind of snow totals come in at Jackson Hole over the second half of February making it the deepest February to date!   Come get snowed in for a ski trip of a lifetime.  For more information on lodging and things to do, check out www.Jacksonhole.me.


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