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Average Temperatures in Jackson Hole
Wondering what to pack or wear? Jackson Hole temperatures vary widely from season to season. It's best to know and come prepared.
The following graph displays average temperatures for Jackson Hole.
Spring in Jackson Hole is indicative of what would expect of this transitionary season in the mountains. As the snow begins to melt, river runoff begins to ramp up. Spring rains are not uncommon, promising green mountain meadows and exceptional wildflower viewing come summer. Temperatures vary widely, ranging from low 30s to upper 60s on a warm day. Come prepared. As the old adage goes, "If you don't like the weather in the mountains in the spring, just wait five minutes.
Although best known for winter, summer in Jackson Hole is equally as popular among guests and locals alike. Temperatures are perfectly mild, ranging from low 40s to low 80s on a warm day. Evenings tend to cool off, often requiring a sweatshirt or jacket, while days are pure mountain summer bliss.
Fall is typically considered Labor Day through the end of October. Leaves begin to change, days get shorter, but it remains one of the most beautiful and peaceful times of year in Jackson. Weather can vary as temperatures begin to cool and snow starts to appear in the higher elevations. Come prepared with long sleeves and pants, as well as a warmer jacket and hat.
Perhaps Jackson's most famous season, winter temperatures are indicative of high mountain weather, with lows often dropping below zero and highs rarely getting above 30 degrees. The cold temperatures bring lots of snow and higher elevations often experience inversions, with warmer temperatures up high versus down low.
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