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GRAND TETON NATIONAL PARK RECREATIONAL FORECAST
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE RIVERTON WY
327 AM MDT SAT SEP 20 2014

.SYNOPSIS...

A SUNNY AND WARM DAY WITH VERY LIGHT WIND...EVEN OVER THE
MOUNTAINS...WILL OCCUR ACROSS GRAND TETON NATIONAL PARK TODAY. A STORM
SYSTEM WILL APPROACH THE AREA SUNDAY...WITH INCREASING CLOUDINESS
AND A CHANCE OF A LATE DAY THUNDERSTORM. CHANCES OF SHOWERS AND
THUNDERSTORMS DRAMATICALLY INCREASE SUNDAY NIGHT AND CONTINUE
INTO THE DAY MONDAY.

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LIGHTNING THREAT FORECAST:
TODAY:    NONE
TONIGHT:  NONE
TOMORROW: MEDIUM
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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 1000 AM: CLEAR
1000 AM TO 0800 PM: FEW AT 8000 FT.
0800 PM TO 1200 AM: CLEAR
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FORECASTS FOR SELECT LOCATIONS:
                       SAT|   SAT|   SUN|   SUN|   MON|
                          | NIGHT|      | NIGHT|      |
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MOOSE                   75|    41|    72|    42|    65| TEMP(F)
6460 FT               N  4| NE  6|  E  7|  S  5|  S  5| WIND(MPH)
                        0%|    0%|   10%|   50%|   50%| PRECIP(%)
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JENNY LAKE              70|    41|    70|    42|    64| TEMP(F)
6800 FT               E  4|  E  4| SE  6|  S  6|  S  6| WIND(MPH)
                        0%|    0%|   20%|   60%|   60%| PRECIP(%)
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COLTER BAY              70|    41|    71|    42|    64| TEMP(F)
6800 FT               S  2|  E  4| SE  5| SW  5|  S  4| WIND(MPH)
                        0%|    0%|   20%|   50%|   50%| PRECIP(%)
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BERRY CREEK PC          63|    43|    63|    42|    56| TEMP(F)
7600 FT               S  3|  E  8|  S  9| SW  7| SW  6| WIND(MPH)
                        0%|    0%|   20%|   60%|   70%| PRECIP(%)
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DEATH CANYON PC         63|    41|    62|    41|    54| TEMP(F)
7800 FT              SE  4|  E  6| SE  7|  S  7| SW  7| WIND(MPH)
                        0%|    0%|   30%|   70%|   70%| PRECIP(%)
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LOWER SADDLE            48|    36|    47|    34|    38| TEMP(F)
11600 FT             SE  8|  E 10|  S 12|  S 12| SW 12| WIND(MPH)
                        0%|    0%|   40%|   80%|   70%| PRECIP(%)
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GRAND TETON SUMMIT      40|    28|    39|    26|    30| TEMP(F)
13770 FT             SW  9| SE  8|  S 11|  S 11| SW 14| WIND(MPH)
                        0%|    0%|   30%|   70%|   70%| 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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