Up to 11 inches of powder today across regions of Montana, Washington, and California

Snoflo | 2018-03-25



7 to 11 inches of more snow across Montana, Washington, and California bringing some much needed snow to the regions. Mountains across Montana like S Fork Shields and Brackett Creek are waking up to new snowfall this morning with S Fork Shields coated in 11 inches of more snow since yesterday. with current snowpack depths rising at S Fork Shields to 72 inches, with up to 1 inches of fresh snow on its way as the next storm system hits this week. Brackett Creek reported 10 inches of new snow, with current snowpack depths rising up to 81 inches.


Washington is enjoying fresh snow today as some mountains are reporting up to 10 inches of more snow in some areas. Bunchgrass Mdw reported the most in Washington and woke up to 10 inches of powder this morning, with another 1 inches of more snow on its way as the next storm system hits this week. Quartz Peak in Washington enjoyed 7 inches of new snow this morning, bringing snowpack depths up to 61 inches.



We've also seen mountains across California reporting new snowfall today with 11 mountains covered in another layer of powder. Mountains like Ward Creek #3 are sitting at snowpack levels around 71 inches this morning, thanks to 11 inches of powder since yesterday.



Read More:
http://www.nationalgeographic.com/environment/natural-disasters/avalanches/
http://www.skiernet.com/snow-conditions.html


Related Links:
Montana Snow Report
Washington Snow Report
California Snow Report



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