Up to 6 inches of new snow today across regions of Montana, Wyoming, and Colorado

Snoflo | 2018-02-10



6 inches of more snow today across regions of Montana, Wyoming, and Colorado making some great skiing conditions for folks across the regions. Mountains across Montana like Placer Basin and Shower Falls are coated in a fresh layer of snow with Placer Basin coated in 6 inches of fresh snow over the past day. bringing snowpack depths at Placer Basin to 75 inches, with up to 1 inches of powder forecasted this week. Shower Falls reported 6 inches of new snow, bringing snowpack depths up to 76 inches. Forecasts predict another 1 inches of fresh snow on its way as the next storm system hits this week.


Wyoming mountains got a fresh coat of snow this morning, with up to 4 inches of new snow in some areas. East Rim Divide reported the most in Wyoming and woke up to 4 inches of fresh snow this morning, with another 3 inches of more snow on its way as the next storm system hits this week. Elkhart Park G.S. in Wyoming enjoyed 3 inches of new snow this morning, with current snowpack depths rising up to 37 inches.



We've also seen mountains across Colorado waking up to new snowfall this morning with 6 mountains blanketed in some more of the white stuff. Mountains like University Camp are sitting at snowpack levels around 43 inches this morning, thanks to 5 inches of more snow since yesterday. Those folks are expecting another 2 inches of more snow on its way as the next storm system hits this week.



Read More:
https://backcountryaccess.com/learn-avalanche-safety/
http://avalanche.state.co.us/
https://www.weather.gov/gjt/avalanche
http://www.skiernet.com/snow-conditions.html


Related Links:
Montana Snow Report
Wyoming Snow Report
Colorado Snow Report



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