|Meteorologist Jim Woodmencey|
The crescendo of activity was Wednesday evening in Jackson Hole as the cold air aloft within that Trof crossed into western WY, acting just like a cold front passing through. Combine that with the best heating of the day, and good lifting in a Westerly flow over the Tetons, and away ya go!
Some Weather Highlights from Wednesday:
- Between 0.19 & 0.26 inches of rainfall in town.
- Some pea sized hail.
- Wind Gust at the Lower Saddle of 76 mph (at 11,610-ft. elevation).
|Radar with lightning overlay. Jackson is yellow dot. Yellow circle highlights the whole thunderstorm complex.|
|Satellite and lightning strikes, yellow arrow upper level wind direction.|
Image courtesy of MeteoStar
|Infra-red satellite image at 5;30 pm MDT|