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GRAND TETON NATIONAL PARK RECREATIONAL FORECAST
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE RIVERTON WY
317 AM MDT WED JUL 30 2014

.SYNOPSIS...
A FEW AREAS OF PATCHY FOG...AND ISOLATED SHOWERS...WILL BE POSSIBLE
ACROSS NORTHWESTERN WYOMING THIS MORNING. LINGERING
MOISTURE...COMBINED WITH AN UPPER LEVEL DISTURBANCE...COULD THEN
BRING ANOTHER ROUND OF SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS THIS
AFTERNOON...INTO THE EVENING HOURS. A FEW STORMS COULD PRODUCE
FREQUENT LIGHTNING AND HEAVY RAIN AT TIMES. SHOWER AND
THUNDERSTORMS ARE EXPECTED TO DIMINISH TONIGHT. A FEW ISOLATED TO
SCATTERED THUNDERSTORMS WILL AGAIN BE POSSIBLE ACROSS NORTHWESTERN
WYOMING THURSDAY AFTERNOON AND EVENING.

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LIGHTNING THREAT FORECAST:
TODAY:    HIGH
TONIGHT:  HIGH
TOMORROW: HIGH
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TODAY`S SKY FORECAST (HEIGHT ABOVE JACKSON AIRPORT)
NOTE: GRAND TETON SUMMIT IS 7300 FT ABOVE THE AIRPORT.
FEW=MOSTLY CLEAR/SCT=PARTLY CLOUDY/BKN=MOSTLY CLOUDY/OVC=OVERCAST
1200 AM TO 0800 AM: BKN AT 15000 FT.
0800 AM TO 0200 PM: SCT AT 7000 FT. BKN AT 20000 FT.
0200 PM TO 0800 PM: SCT AT 6000 FT. BKN AT 10000 FT.
0800 PM TO 1200 AM: SCT AT 7000 FT. BKN AT 12000 FT.
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FORECASTS FOR SELECT LOCATIONS:
                       WED|   WED|   THU|   THU|   FRI|
                          | NIGHT|      | NIGHT|      |
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MOOSE                   77|    46|    73|    47|    74| TEMP(F)
6460 FT              NE  6|  E  4|  S  4| NE  5| SE  4| WIND(MPH)
                       30%|   10%|   30%|   20%|   40%| PRECIP(%)
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JENNY LAKE              77|    47|    70|    48|    73| TEMP(F)
6800 FT               E  4|  E  3|  S  5| NE  5| SE  4| WIND(MPH)
                       40%|   20%|   30%|   20%|   40%| PRECIP(%)
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COLTER BAY              79|    49|    70|    49|    74| TEMP(F)
6800 FT               S  3|  S  3|  S  2| NE  4|  S  4| WIND(MPH)
                       30%|   10%|   30%|   20%|   40%| PRECIP(%)
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BERRY CREEK PC          67|    47|    64|    49|    69| TEMP(F)
7600 FT              SE  6| SE  4|  S  3| SE  5|  S  5| WIND(MPH)
                       40%|   20%|   40%|   30%|   50%| PRECIP(%)
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DEATH CANYON PC         64|    46|    59|    48|    68| TEMP(F)
7800 FT              SE  7|  E  4|  S  4| SE  5|  S  5| WIND(MPH)
                       50%|   30%|   40%|   30%|   50%| PRECIP(%)
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LOWER SADDLE            49|    42|    51|    45|    60| TEMP(F)
11600 FT             SE  7|  E  6|  S  7| SE  7|  S  8| WIND(MPH)
                       60%|   30%|   50%|   40%|   50%| PRECIP(%)
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GRAND TETON SUMMIT      41|    34|    43|    37|    52| TEMP(F)
13770 FT             SE  7|  E  6|  S  8| SE  6|  S  8| WIND(MPH)
                       60%|   30%|   50%|   40%|   60%| PRECIP(%)
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THIS PRODUCT IS ISSUED AROUND 3 AM DAILY. FOR THE MOST UP-TO-DATE
INFORMATION CALL 1-800-211-1448 OR VISIT WWW.WEATHER.GOV/RIVERTON

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