Jackson Hole has long, cold winters. The first heavy snows fall by the beginning of November and continue through March. Snow and frost are possible during any month.
Mid April, May, June
Mild days and cool nights alternate with rain and occasional snow. Valley trails are snow covered until late May.
July and August
Warm days and cool nights prevail, with afternoon thundershowers common.
September, October, November
Sunny days and cold nights alternate with rain and occasional snow storms.
December through mid April
Between storms the days are sunny and nights are frigid. Snow blankets mountains and valley. Travel is not advised and roads may be closed during blizzards.
Rain gear is recommended during spring, summer, and fall. Sub-zero temperatures are common throughout winter and demand multi-layered clothing, hats, mittens and cold weather boots.
|Average High - �F||25.4||31.8||38.5||47.6||58.2||67.9||77.6||75.9||66.6||54.1||37.3||27.4||50.7|
|Average Low - �F||-1.9||0.7||7.8||19.5||29.3||35.7||39.9||38.1||31.0||23.5||13.2||2.5||20.0|
|Avg Precip (in)||2.83||2.38||2.14||1.90||2.01||1.64||1.13||1.26||1.50||1.54||2.38||2.62||23.34|
|Avg Snowfall (in)||32.9||24.0||20.1||8.3||2.3||0.4||0.1||0.0||1.1||4.1||19.3||30.1||142.8|
|Avg Snow Depth (in)||32.0||39.0||40.0||23.0||2.0||0.0||0.0||0.0||0.0||0.0||5.0||19.0||13.0|
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