Up to 39 inches of more snowfall slated to hit regions in Washington, Idaho, and Oregon over the next few days as mother nature brings more snow to the area. Mountains like Lyman Lake in Washington are gearing up for up to 39 inches of pow in the coming days, adding to their current snowpack depth of 105 inches. Thunder Basin is also forecasted to receive about 32 inches of fresh snow with more wintry weather on its way.
Idaho is also slated to receive more more snowfall this coming week, with mountains like Myrtle Creek expecting to get up to another 21 inches of pow in the next 72 hours. The snow is much needed as the mountain sits at a fairly low total snowpack of 15 inches. Schweitzer Basin is also gearing up for another 21 inches of more snowfall in the next 72 hours
Storms are expected to bring up to another 19 inches of more snowfall to Oregon this coming week, with 11 mountains in the state expecting to get new snow. Diamond Lake is slated to receive the white stuff, which should help increase their 7 inch snow depth by another 19 inches over the next 2-3 days.
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