3 to 12 inches of more snow across Colorado, Wyoming, and Alaska

Snoflo | 2018-02-07



12 inches of more snow today across regions of Colorado, Wyoming, and Alaska making some great skiing conditions for folks across the regions. Mountains across Colorado like Red Mountain Pass and Ivanhoe are waking up to new snowfall this morning with Red Mountain Pass coated in 12 inches of new snow during the course of the past 24 hours. with current snowpack depths rising at Red Mountain Pass to 38 inches Ivanhoe reported 6 inches of powder, causing snowpacks to rise up to 44 inches.


Wyoming mountains got a fresh coat of snow this morning, with up to 6 inches of more snow in some areas. Med Bow reported the most in Wyoming and woke up to 6 inches of powder this morning. Bald Mtn. in Wyoming enjoyed 3 inches of fresh snow this morning, with current snowpack depths rising up to 64 inches.



We've also seen mountains across Alaska coated in a fresh layer of snow with 7 mountain locations across the state seeing fresh snow from the latest storm. Mountains like Middle Fork Bradley are sitting at snowpack levels around 39 inches this morning, thanks to 5 inches of powder since yesterday.



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


Related Links:
Colorado Snow Report
Wyoming Snow Report
Alaska Snow Report



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