Up to 11 inches of powder slated to dump on regions across Wyoming, Montana, and Colorado in the coming days with more wintry weather on its way. Mountains like Cloud Peak Reservoir in Wyoming are expecting to get up to 9 inches of pow over the next 48 to 72 hours, adding to their current snowpack depth of 57 inches. Hansen Sawmill is also gearing up for about 9 inches of more snow with the next snowstorm on its way.
Montana is also forecasted to receive more fresh snow in the coming days, with mountains like Bisson Creek expecting to get up to another 11 inches of pow in the coming daysThe mountain is reporting a solid total snowpack of 39 inches, and the more snow should make for some great skiing conditions this week. Kraft Creek is also slated to receive another 11 inches of powder over the next 48 to 72 hours
The next storm system is on its way and expected to bring up to another 7 inches of more snowfall to Colorado over the next week, with 10 mountains in the state expecting to get new snow. Bear Lake is forecasted to receive more snowfall, which should help increase their 41 inch current snowpack level by another 7 inches in the coming days.
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