Up to 20 inches of fresh snow forecasted for areas in Wyoming, Montana, and Washington in the coming days with the next snowstorm on its way. Mountains like Grand Targhee in Wyoming are forecasted to receive up to 17 inches of fresh snow in the next 72 hours, adding to their current snowpack level of 116 inches. Phillips Bench is also expecting to get about 17 inches of more snow with more wintry weather on its way.
Montana is also forecasted to receive more more snow over the next week, with mountains like Porcupine expecting to get up to another 20 inches of powder over the next few daysThe mountain is faring well this season with a solid current snowpack depth of 36 inches, and the more snowfall should make for some great skiing conditions this week. S Fork Shields is also expecting to get another 20 inches of powder over the next 48 to 72 hours
Storms are expected to bring up to another 10 inches of more snowfall to Washington over the next 2-3 days, with 8 mountains in the state gearing up for new snow. Lyman Lake is expecting to get more snow, which should help increase their 157 inch total snowpack by another 10 inches in the next 72 hours.
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