UPDATE - SEPTEMBER 30, 2013 Winter Weather Continues!
Snow continues to fall on and off above 10,500'. We are finding about 6" of snow at that elevation and more at higher elevations in 2-3 foot wind drifts. Another cold storm is forecast for mid-week which could double that amount.
SEPTEMBER 25, 2013
A winter storm has taken shape and hit the Tetons with snow. The amount of snow varies from 1-6" with more snow in the forecast for Thursday (26th) and Friday (27th). The high peaks are now snow covered and icy, expect snow, ice and verglas in most areas. These conditions will prevail until warmer days return then some south aspects at lower elevations could dry enough for some fall climbing.