While temperatures have remained near to above freezing in Star Valley the last several day, resulting in a slow settling of the snow pack, the higher elevations continue to pile up the snow. As of March 4th snow depths are higher than they have been in many years and still growing. The most recent map of the western snow pack
show much of Wyoming well above normal.
At the Willow Creek, Cottonwood Creek and Salt River SNOTEL sites since around Feb 1st there has been a very large increase in both snow depth and water content.
|Salt River Pass|
Following are additional snow totals for both the Grey’s River and Teton areas.