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Jackson Hole Reports Second Deepest Snow Depth in 40 Years

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Teton Village, Wyo., - When the snow settled following the recent 97-inch storm at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort (JHMR), forecasters were able to determine mid-mountain snow depths were the second deepest in the 40-year history of the Resort.

JHMR has received 254 inches of snow since records began for the season in November. The recent storm delivered eight feet of snow, an average of 10 inches per day, for nine days straight creating incredibly dry, bottomless powder conditions. With a day of sunshine at the end of the storm cycle, Mother Nature promises to deliver even more snow soon.

"It appears Jackson Hole is going to have a potential record snowfall this winter. It has been consistent from the start and we encourage everybody to make a trip and experience the incredible terrain we offer under some of the best conditions in years, commented Jerry Blann, JHMR President.

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