There’s a weak disturbance passing through today that will give us a chance of snow for the late morning and afternoon hours. Best chance for accumulations is in the Island Park/West Yellowstone region. Inversion conditions will briefly take hold for tomorrow and Friday, before a stronger cold front moves in for Friday night and into Saturday.
Wednesday: Areas of patchy freezing fog and mostly cloudy, with a highs in the upper 20’s. A chance of snow for the region, especially for Island Park, Driggs, Jackson Hole.
Overnight: Partly cloudy with a lows in the low to mid teens. Light northeast wind at 5-10 mph.
Thursday: Partly sunny with some morning fog. Highs near 30° for the Snake River Plain.
Friday: Partly sunny during the day, with a high near 30. Friday night, expect cloud cover and a 30% percent chance of snow showers.