Snow storms expected to bring up to 27 inches of fresh snow to Oregon, Idaho, and Washington over the next 48 to 72 hours

Snoflo | 2018-03-21



Up to 27 inches of powder slated to hit regions in Oregon, Idaho, and Washington this coming week as the next storm system passes through. Mountains like Bigelow Camp in Oregon are forecasted to receive up to 27 inches of powder over the next 2-3 days, adding to their current snowpack depth of 20 inches. Jump Off Joe is also forecasted to receive about 27 inches of the white stuff as mother nature brings more snow to the area.


Idaho is also expecting to get more the white stuff in the coming days, with mountains like Bear Canyon expecting to get up to another 16 inches of more snow this coming weekThe mountain is currently sitting at a solid snow depth of 47 inches, and the more snowfall should make for some great skiing conditions this week. Hyndman is also forecasted to receive another 16 inches of pow over the next 2-3 days



Weather in the coming days will dump up to another 15 inches of more snowfall to Washington this coming week, with 6 mountains in the state forecasted to receive new snow. Calamity is forecasted to receive powder, which should help increase their 6 inch snow depth by another 15 inches over the next week.



Read More:
http://www.noaa.gov/
https://weather.com/maps/severealerts


Related Links:
Oregon Snow Report & Forecast
Idaho Snow Report & Forecast
Washington Snow Report & Forecast



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