Up to 26 inches of powder today across regions of Wyoming, Alaska, and Montana

Snoflo | 2018-04-01



26 inches of fresh snow today across regions of Wyoming, Alaska, and Montana as the latest storm system moves across the area. Mountains across Wyoming like Kendall R.S. and Gros Ventre Summit are reporting new snowfall today with Kendall R.S. coated in 9 inches of fresh snow during the course of the past 24 hours. with current snowpack depths rising at Kendall R.S. to 51 inches, with up to 6 inches of fresh snow expected this week. Gros Ventre Summit reported 8 inches of more snow, bringing snowpack depths up to 59 inches. Forecasts predict another 7 inches of fresh snow forecasted this week.


Alaska is also reporting fresh snow this morning with some mountains seeing as much as 26 inches of more snow in some areas. Rocky Point reported the most in Alaska and woke up to 26 inches of new snow this morning. Upper Chena in Alaska enjoyed 16 inches of more snow this morning, bringing snowpack depths up to 72 inches.



We've also seen mountains across Montana reporting new snowfall today with 4 snotel gauges reporting new snowfall from the latest storm. Mountains like Placer Basin are sitting at snowpack levels around 75 inches this morning, thanks to 19 inches of more snow over the past day. Those folks are expecting another 8 inches of powder on its way as the next storm system hits this week.



Read More:
http://www.avalanche.org/tutorial/tutorial.html
http://www.nationalgeographic.com/environment/natural-disasters/avalanches/
http://avalanche.state.co.us/


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



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