Up to 49 inches of pow forecasted for mountains in Alaska, Washington, and Wyoming over the next 2-3 days as the next storm system passes through. Mountains like Grandview in Alaska are slated to receive up to 49 inches of more snow in the next 72 hours, adding to their current snowpack level of 13 inches. Upper Tsaina River is also expecting to get about 47 inches of pow as mother nature brings more snow to the area.
Washington is also gearing up for more pow this coming week, with mountains like Burnt Mountain forecasted to receive up to another 14 inches of fresh snow over the next week. The snow is much needed as the mountain sits at a fairly low current snowpack level of 7 inches. Cayuse Pass is also expecting to get another 14 inches of powder over the next few days
Weather in the coming days will dump up to another 13 inches of pow to Wyoming over the next few days, with 8 mountains in the state slated to receive new snow. Grassy Lake is slated to receive the white stuff, which should help increase their 26 inch current snowpack depth by another 13 inches in the coming days.
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