11 inches of powder today across regions of Washington, Montana, and Wyoming

Snoflo | 2018-02-01



4 to 11 inches of powder across Washington, Montana, and Wyoming as the latest storm system moves across the area. Mountains across Washington like Elbow Lake and Skookum Creek are coated in a fresh layer of snow with Elbow Lake coated in 11 inches of powder since yesterday. causing snowpacks to rise at Elbow Lake to 87 inches, with up to 5 inches of more snow on its way as the next storm system hits this week. Skookum Creek reported 9 inches of powder, bringing snowpack depths up to 56 inches. Forecasts predict another 1 inches of more snow on its way as the next storm system hits this week.


Montana mountains got a fresh coat of snow this morning, with up to 10 inches of new snow in some areas. Nevada Ridge reported the most in Montana and woke up to 10 inches of new snow this morning. Twin Lakes in Montana enjoyed 4 inches of powder this morning, with current snowpack depths rising up to 96 inches.



We've also seen mountains across Wyoming reporting new snowfall today with 6 mountains blanketed in some more of the white stuff. Mountains like Two Ocean Plateau are sitting at snowpack levels around 90 inches this morning, thanks to 7 inches of powder during the course of the past 24 hours. Those folks are expecting another 5 inches of fresh snow headed to the area over the next 5 days as the next storm rolls through.



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


Related Links:
Washington Snow Report
Montana Snow Report
Wyoming Snow Report



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