Up to 35 inches of more snowfall forecasted for mountains in Washington, Alaska, and Idaho this coming week as the next storm system passes through. Mountains like Beaver Pass in Washington are gearing up for up to 22 inches of the white stuff over the next 2-3 days, adding to their total snowpack of 21 inches. Thunder Basin is also expecting to get about 22 inches of powder as mother nature brings more snow to the area.
Alaska is also expecting to get more more snowfall over the next 48 to 72 hours, with mountains like Esther Island gearing up for up to another 35 inches of fresh snow in the coming days. The snow is much needed as the mountain sits at a fairly low current snowpack depth of 2 inches. Exit Glacier is also slated to receive another 29 inches of more snow over the next week
The next storm system is on its way and expected to bring up to another 9 inches of powder to Idaho this coming week, with 7 mountains in the state expecting to get new snow. Hidden Lake is slated to receive powder, which should help increase their 31 inch current snowpack level by another 9 inches over the next 2-3 days.
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