Up to 14 inches of more snow today across regions of California, Washington, and Oregon

Snoflo | 2018-01-25



Up to 14 inches of more snow today across regions of California, Washington, and Oregon bringing some much needed snow to the regions. Mountains across California like Ward Creek #3 and Independence Camp are reporting fresh snow this morning with Ward Creek #3 coated in 14 inches of new snow during the course of the past 24 hours. bringing snowpack depths at Ward Creek #3 to 28 inches, with up to 1 inches of more snow headed to the area over the next 5 days as the next storm rolls through. Independence Camp reported 12 inches of new snow, bringing snowpack depths up to 20 inches. Forecasts predict another 1 inches of fresh snow headed to the area over the next 5 days as the next storm rolls through.


Washington mountains got a fresh coat of snow this morning, with up to 9 inches of powder in some areas. Cayuse Pass reported the most in Washington and woke up to 9 inches of new snow this morning, with another 23 inches of new snow headed to the area over the next 5 days as the next storm rolls through. Quartz Peak in Washington enjoyed 7 inches of new snow this morning, causing snowpacks to rise up to 52 inches.



We've also seen mountains across Oregon reporting fresh snow this morning with 8 mountain locations across the state seeing fresh snow from the latest storm. Mountains like Bigelow Camp are sitting at snowpack levels around 21 inches this morning, thanks to 11 inches of new snow over the past day. Those folks are expecting another 9 inches of fresh snow forecasted this week.



Read More:
http://www.skiernet.com/snow-conditions.html
https://www.weather.gov/gjt/avalanche
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Types_of_snow
http://avalanche.state.co.us/


Related Links:
California Snow Report
Washington Snow Report
Oregon Snow Report



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