Wednesday, November 24, 2010

-17F. Gone skiing.

-17 degrees Fahrenheit at 6 this morning. My Alaskan blood isn't afraid of the cold if there's deep pow involved...

According to the Briger-Teton National Forest Backcountry Avalanche Hazard & Weather Forecast website, we're hitting records already!
"Since the end of October over six feet of new snow with over eight inches of moisture has fallen at the mid and upper elevations of the Teton Range. The present snow depths and total snowfalls for the season at the upper, mid and base snow study plots at the Jackson Hole Mountain Resort exceed any previous records (since 1974) for this date."

Photo by JulieW.

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