Jackson Hole Mountain Resort has been getting pounded with snow and aggressive weather, which caused major power outages in Teton Village that started on Tuesday evening. As of 8 a.m. Wednesday morning, power was still out at the resort, which has suspended operations for the day.

Over 29 inches of snow has fallen at the Wyoming resort in the past 48 hours, and that along with strong winds, damaged numerous power lines. Reports say that 3,500-4,000 people have been affected by the power outages in Teton Village and three surrounding subdivisions.

Crews are currently on scene and are working to get things back up and running, but there's no set time for reopening.

No Power, No Powder at JHMR

One of many downed power lines in Jackson. Photo: HH

Full statement from Jackson Hole Mountain Resort:

Wednesday, February 8th:
Due to unforeseen events from last nights storm Teton Village has been left without power. As a result, Jackson Hole Mountain Resort WILL NOT BE IN OPERATION THIS MORNING. We are working hard to resolve the problem and apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. We will keep you posted on our operating status as events unfold. We thank you for your patience and understanding with this situation. Please stay tuned for operating status updates at Jacksonhole.com

Jackson is reporting over 403 total inches of snow this season. Once the resort is able to reopen, conditions will be all-time and definitely worth the wait. Be patient, you’ll get your Powabunga.

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