(Jackson, Wyo.) - Northwest Jackson recorded the most snow statewide as a result of last night's storm, according to the National Weather Service Riverton Office. Here are the most current snowfall totals for Teton, Sublette and Lincoln Counties: *Teton County:* - 5 NW JACKSON: 10.5 INCHES. - JACKSON HOLE - RENDEZVOUS BOWL: 8.5 INCHES. - 3 SSW WILSON: 8 INCHES. - JACKSON HOLE - MID MOUNTAIN: 7 INCHES. - SNOW KING: 7 INCHES. - GRASSY LAKE SNOTEL: 6 INCHES. - GRAND TARGHEE - CHIEF JOSEPH: 6 INCHES. - GRANITE CREEK SNOTEL: 6 INCHES. - JACKSON HOLE - RAYMER: 6 INCHES. - 2 NE TETON VILLAGE: 6 INCHES. - MOOSE: 6 INCHES. - 12 NE JACKSON: 5 INCHES. - JACKSON HOLE - BASE: 5 INCHES. - JACKSON: 4.2 INCHES. - BASE CAMP SNOTEL: 2 INCHES. - TOGWOTEE PASS SNOTEL: 2 INCHES. *Sublette County:* - TRIPLE PEAK SNOTEL: 3 INCHES. - NEW FORK LAKE SNOTEL: 1 INCH. - 14 NW PINEDALE: 0.5 INCHES. *Lincoln County:* - STAR VALLEY RANCH: 4.1 INCHES. - ALPINE: 4 INCHES. - 5 SSE SMOOT: 3 INCHES. - AFTON: 2.9 INCHES. - 2 SE THAYNE: 2.5 INCHES. - COMMISSARY RIDGE: 2 INCHES. - BOX Y RANCH: 2 INCHES. - KEMMERER: 2 INCHES. - WILLOW CREEK SNOTEL: 1 INCH. - INDIAN CREEK SNOTEL: 1 INCH. - BLIND BULL SUMMIT: 1 INCH. See the statewide snowfall totals here.
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