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- New Snow:10"
- Season Total:0"
- Average Base:49 to 76"
Snow Potential: Snowfall is expected to be 1 to 2 inches at the base, and 2 to 4 inches on the upper mountain.
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Most New Snow - Feb 20, 2018
LONG RANGE OUTLOOK from snowforecast.com -Feb 15, 2018 Wednesday, Feb 14, 2018 LONGER RANGE: Saturday/ Sunday (17th-18th) through late next week we expect a busy pattern, with all areas of the west seeing frequent snow, some areas like Colorado should see snow every day it...More
We have bumped up forecast snow totals for Aspen and the rest of the state (including heavy snow for southwest Colorado also)... Today through this evening we have a low pressure system moving through. Moisture looks better than previously though, and so do dynamics, so we...More
Updated Olympic Games Forecast, Short and Long Range!Check our events page, the weather forecast details and discussion are†added to...More
Feb 08, 2018 THIS WEEKEND: A cold low pressure system is moving through the northern Rocky Mountains now and on Friday with good powder to be had at Big Sky and Jackson Hole (about 1/2 foot), and will move through†Colorado on Saturday, morning through overnight, with 5" to...More
US outlook - Updated Feb 14, 2018LONG RANGE OUTLOOK from snowforecast.com -¬†Feb 15, 2018 Wednesday, Feb 14, 2018 LONGER RANGE: Saturday/ Sunday (17th-18th) through late next week we expect a busy pattern, with all areas of the west seeing frequent snow, some areas like Colorado should see snow every day¬†it looks like, and¬†with heavy snow for Colorado overall Sunday through next week, more moderate to maybe heavy for Utah and the northern Rocky Mountains (including the inland Northwest)/ Southwest Canada, and mostly light snow across Tahoe, but at least it will be snowing again. Winter is definitely coming back! --> Late February and into March should be busy for the western US, with frequent storms for Tahoe and Utah, moving across Colorado also as the east Pacific ridge breaks down some (Feb 20th-22nd), allowing strong Pacific energy and moisture to move into the western US and southwest Canada, with abundant snowfall for all areas including those parched in recent months like¬†in California. This should have been the pattern across the western US already, if patterns were anything near "normal" so far in 2018... Do You want to see OTHER AREAS mentioned, email me and let me know... CM Feel free to share this, but please cite credit to snowforecast.com. Thank you!¬†CM Snowforecast.com Copyright ¬© 1998‚Äď2018. Unauthorized Use Prohibited.
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