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GRAND TETON NATIONAL PARK RECREATIONAL FORECAST
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE RIVERTON WY
357 AM MDT THU AUG 28 2014

.SYNOPSIS...
HIGH PRESSURE WILL START TO BUILD ACROSS THE REGION TODAY. THIS
WILL PROVIDE MOSTLY SUNNY SKIES TODAY WITH WARMER TEMPERATURES.
THIS WILL REPEAT ON FRIDAY...WITH A FEW MORE CLOUDS AND POSSIBLE
ISOLATED LATE DAY THUNDERSTORMS. ANOTHER COLD FRONT WILL START TO
AFFECT THE COWBOY STATE BY SATURDAY AND WILL BRING COOLER WEATHER
WITH WIDELY SCATTERED SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS THROUGH LABOR DAY.

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LIGHTNING THREAT FORECAST:
TODAY:    LOW
TONIGHT:  LOW
TOMORROW: MODERATE
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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 1200 PM: CLEAR
1200 PM TO 0900 PM: FEW AT 8000 FT.
0900 PM TO 1200 AM: SCT AT 7000 FT. BKN AT 10000 FT.
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FORECASTS FOR SELECT LOCATIONS:
                       THU|   THU|   FRI|   FRI|   SAT|
                          | NIGHT|      | NIGHT|      |
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MOOSE                   74|    43|    74|    44|    71| TEMP(F)
6460 FT               S  4| SW  5| SW  8| SW  7|  S 10| WIND(MPH)
                        0%|    0%|   10%|   10%|   40%| PRECIP(%)
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JENNY LAKE              73|    44|    72|    45|    69| TEMP(F)
6800 FT               W  4| SW  7| SW  8| SW  8|  S 11| WIND(MPH)
                        0%|    0%|   10%|   10%|   40%| PRECIP(%)
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COLTER BAY              73|    46|    72|    47|    68| TEMP(F)
6800 FT               S  3|  S  4|  S  5| SW  5|  S  9| WIND(MPH)
                        0%|   10%|   10%|   10%|   40%| PRECIP(%)
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BERRY CREEK PC          64|    45|    63|    46|    60| TEMP(F)
7600 FT               W  7| SW  9| SW 10| SW 11| SW 12| WIND(MPH)
                        0%|   10%|   20%|   20%|   50%| PRECIP(%)
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DEATH CANYON PC         62|    44|    62|    43|    59| TEMP(F)
7800 FT               W  6|  W 10| SW 11| SW 11| SW 14| WIND(MPH)
                        0%|    0%|   20%|   20%|   50%| PRECIP(%)
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LOWER SADDLE            46|    38|    48|    39|    46| TEMP(F)
11600 FT              W 10|  W 15|  W 16| SW 16| SW 20| WIND(MPH)
                        0%|    0%|   20%|   20%|   60%| PRECIP(%)
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GRAND TETON SUMMIT      38|    30|    40|    31|    38| TEMP(F)
13770 FT              W  9|  W 14|  W 16| SW 16| SW 22| WIND(MPH)
                        0%|    0%|   30%|   30%|   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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