Jackson Hole has transformed into a stoke-fueled powder vortex over the past two weeks. 126″ (10.5 FEET!) of snow has fallen thus far in 2020, and our wintery dreamscape will persist for the forseeable future with no reprieve in sight. To put this month’s record breaking snowfall to date (January 14) into perspective, we’ve compared some simple statistics below from Bridger Teton Avalanche’s historical data site. Take a gander at the historical tables below and try not to let your jaw hit the floor. Oh, and ask a local, who will undoubtedly tell you it’s definitely a January to remember!
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|January 1-14, Raymer Plot, 9,360′|
|YEAR||SNOW TOTAL||BASE DEPTH|
This table represents some of the higher snow years in recorded history, as well as a comparison to the previous two seasons. The total new snowfall has exceeded the previous record in 2000 by 20″!
This chart shows the detail of snow EVERY DAY IN JANUARY!
View some not-too-distance memories of this storm cycle below!