Snow Forecast - 25 inches of more snow heading to Montana, Wyoming, and Idaho in the next 72 hours

Snoflo | 2018-02-01



Up to 25 inches of the white stuff forecasted for mountains in Montana, Wyoming, and Idaho this coming week with more wintry weather on its way. Mountains like Moss Peak in Montana are forecasted to receive up to 25 inches of the white stuff in the next 72 hours, adding to their current snowpack depth of 98 inches. Noisy Basin is also expecting to get about 22 inches of the white stuff with more wintry weather on its way.


Wyoming is also expecting to get more more snowfall over the next few days, with mountains like Grand Targhee gearing up for up to another 25 inches of more snow in the coming daysThe mountain has been getting a decent amount of snow this season, and has a solid current snowpack depth of 88 inches, and the pow should make for some great skiing conditions this week. Phillips Bench is also expecting to get another 25 inches of powder in the next 72 hours



The next series of storms will bring up to another 25 inches of fresh snow to Idaho over the next 48 to 72 hours, with 6 mountains in the state forecasted to receive new snow. Pine Creek Pass is forecasted to receive pow, which should help increase their 29 inch current snowpack level by another 25 inches this coming week.



Read More:
http://www.noaa.gov/


Related Links:
Montana Snow Report & Forecast
Wyoming Snow Report & Forecast
Idaho Snow Report & Forecast



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