Dry weather and partly to mostly cloudy skies will continue to be the story through Saturday morning. Daytime highs will be in the low 30s on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, with overnight lows in the teens on the mountain.
Our full attention will remain on Sunday, December 8th and Monday, December 9th as our next storm arrives from the northwest. This system will feature decent moisture, storm energy, and west to northwest winds to deliver periods of moderate to very heavy snow.
For timing, we should see flakes begin to fly by Saturday evening, with snowfall rates gradually increasing as we head into Sunday morning. Overnight totals on Saturday night will be light but increasing snowfall rates should be enough to provide us with stormy powder skiing on Sunday and likely into Monday. In total, we'll go with 6-12 inches from Saturday night through Monday morning.
Looking further ahead, off-and-on snow showers will prevail on Monday night and we'll likely see dry but much colder conditions continue on Tuesday and into Wednesday. We'll then be keeping an eye on Thursday, December 12th and Friday, December 13th for another system to slide into the Tetons from the north. Temperatures will only rise into the teens next week so plan to throw on an extra layer.
Thanks for reading and stay tuned!
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