Up to 18 inches of the white stuff expected to make landfall across Utah, Idaho, and Wyoming this coming week with more wintry weather on its way. Mountains like Bug Lake in Utah are slated to receive up to 18 inches of pow over the next 2-3 days, adding to their current snowpack depth of 46 inches. Dry Bread Pond is also expecting to get about 18 inches of the white stuff as the next storm system passes through.
Idaho is also gearing up for more more snow in the coming days, with mountains like Franklin Basin gearing up for up to another 17 inches of fresh snow in the coming daysThe mountain is currently sitting at a solid current snowpack depth of 59 inches, and the more snow should make for some great skiing conditions this week. Soldier R.S. is also gearing up for another 14 inches of more snow over the next 48 to 72 hours
Snow storms will dump up to another 13 inches of more snow to Wyoming over the next few days, with 8 mountains in the state slated to receive new snow. Elkhart Park G.S. is forecasted to receive the white stuff, which should help increase their 40 inch current snowpack depth by another 13 inches over the next week.
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