110 MPH winds at Jackson Hole, Wyoming April 21, 2010 Watch as the operator of the lift rushes out in the wind to announce the wind speed to the stranded skiers! via To Share click →FacebookTwitterPinterestRedditTumblrWhatsAppEmailPrint
6 thoughts on “110 MPH winds at Jackson Hole, Wyoming”
and what is the rest of the story?
What “rest of story”? That’s fairly normal in Wyoming. Makes the wind chill temps wicked, and you have to hang on to anything you want to keep.
Why in the world was the lift in operation during high winds?
Wow, that blows.
(Wakka wakka wakka!)
Welcome to my world. I grew up in Wyoming, and am still here. I love it, but damn, the wind can literally knock you onto your ass sometimes.
Richard – if they stopped running the lifts in high wind, no one could ski in Jackson Hole
my family in Wyoming got funding to plant trees along their property line to help deflect the wind, thereby helping the rest of the folks down the way
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