Snow Forecast - 31 inches of more snow heading to Washington, Idaho, and Montana over the next 2-3 days

Snoflo | 2018-01-26

Up to 31 inches of pow on its way to mountains across Washington, Idaho, and Montana this coming week as the next storm system passes through. Mountains like Mf Nooksack in Washington are slated to receive up to 31 inches of the white stuff over the next week, adding to their current snowpack depth of 97 inches. Beaver Pass is also gearing up for about 30 inches of pow with the next snowstorm on its way.

Idaho is also slated to receive more pow in the next 72 hours, with mountains like Lost Lake slated to receive up to another 20 inches of the white stuff this coming weekThe mountain is reporting a solid total snowpack of 121 inches, and the more snow should make for some great skiing conditions this week. Shanghi Summit is also gearing up for another 20 inches of more snowfall in the next 72 hours

The next series of storms will bring up to another 15 inches of more snowfall to Montana this coming week, with 8 mountains in the state forecasted to receive new snow. Grave Creek is forecasted to receive powder, which should help increase their 50 inch snow depth by another 15 inches in the next 72 hours.

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Washington Snow Report & Forecast
Idaho Snow Report & Forecast
Montana Snow Report & Forecast

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