4 to 14 inches of fresh snow across Montana, Wyoming, and Alaska

Snoflo | 2018-03-31



4 to 14 inches of fresh snow across Montana, Wyoming, and Alaska as the latest storm system moves across the area. Mountains across Montana like Wood Creek and Flattop Mtn. are reporting fresh snow this morning with Wood Creek coated in 14 inches of new snow since yesterday. causing snowpacks to rise at Wood Creek to 59 inches, with up to 3 inches of fresh snow expected this week. Flattop Mtn. reported 7 inches of fresh snow, with current snowpack depths rising up to 140 inches. Forecasts predict another 6 inches of new snow expected this week.


Wyoming is enjoying fresh snow today as some mountains are reporting up to 4 inches of more snow in some areas. Cole Canyon reported the most in Wyoming and woke up to 4 inches of fresh snow this morning, with another 1 inches of fresh snow expected this week. Evening Star in Wyoming enjoyed 4 inches of more snow this morning, bringing snowpack depths up to 118 inches.



We've also seen mountains across Alaska reporting fresh snow this morning with 3 mountains covered in another layer of powder. Mountains like Granite Crk are sitting at snowpack levels around 24 inches this morning, thanks to 4 inches of new snow since yesterday. Those folks are expecting another 2 inches of powder expected this week.



Read More:
https://backcountryaccess.com/learn-avalanche-safety/
https://nsidc.org/cryosphere/snow/science/types.html
http://www.nationalgeographic.com/environment/natural-disasters/avalanches/
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Types_of_snow


Related Links:
Montana Snow Report
Wyoming Snow Report
Alaska Snow Report



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