The snow keeps coming in Northwestern Wyoming, and avalanche conditions powered by the current winter storm have elevated to the second highest possible rating. The “high” avalanche danger means that there can be large avalanches in many areas and very large avalanches in specific areas both triggered naturally and by human activity. As such, travel in avalanche terrain is not recommended. Lead Bridger Teton National Forest Avalanche Forecaster Bob Comey says the high rate of snowfall over the past couple days have led to these conditions. Comey says as the storm progresses, we may see large avalanches actually starting at high elevations and run all the way down, full-path into their lower run-out areas. At this time, Comey warns that travel in avalanche terrain is not recommended.