TETON AREA FORECAST
Issued at 03/24/2019 05:37 Valid until: 03/24/2019 23:59
CURRENT CONDITIONS (Mountain Weather Past 24 Hours)
|At 10,400' Elevation||5 AM Temp||Max Temp||Avg Wind Dir||Avg. Wind Speed||Max Wind Gust|
|Rendezvous Summit||19 º F||25||Northwesterly||9||21|
|Location||Elevation||Snowfall/Prec.||Total Snow Depth||Total Snowfall|
|Raymer Plot||9,300'||0"/ 0.00"||95"||466"|
|Rendezvous Bowl Plot||9,580'||0"/ 0.00"||105"||488"|
|Chief Joseph Plot||8,800'||0"/ 0.00"||108"||418"|
Mountain Weather Forecast for Today
A system from the southwest will bring light snow to the mountains this afternoon and a mix of rain and snow to the lower elevations.
AVALANCHE DANGER MORNING AFTERNOON
General Avalanche AdvisoryLight snow is to fall this afternoon at the high elevations where the snowpack is mostly stable and avalanche activity is unlikely. At the mid and low elevations, the potential for wet loose slides will develop as increasing temperatures and potential rain weaken the upper portion of the snowpack. Roof slides will become possible this afternoon and evening.
Today's Avalanche Problems
Loose Wet Avalanche
DESCRIPTIONThe chance for wet slide activity will increase today in steep terrain, particularly at the low elevations. Yesterday a natural wet loose slide impacted the highway in the Snake River Canyon.
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