Avalanche Danger Up In Tetons, Salt/Greys Area
JACKSON, Wyo. (AP) — The avalanche danger in the Tetons is up after up to 21 inches of new snow fell over the weekend.
The Bridger-Teton National Forest Avalanche Center said the avalanche danger in the Tetons as well as the Salt and Greys area was expected to be considerable on Monday. The hazard is rated as moderate in the Togwotee Pass area.
The center says widespread avalanches were reported in the backcountry on Sunday, including a few close calls.
The National Weather Service said a total of 21 inches of snow fell over the weekend at Grand Targhee. Casper Mountain got 16 inches, the most snow east of the Divide.