Snow storms expected to bring up to 66 inches of fresh snow to Alaska, Colorado, and Wyoming this coming week

Snoflo | 2017-12-06



Up to 66 inches of more snow forecasted for areas in Alaska, Colorado, and Wyoming over the next few days as the next storm system passes through. Mountains like Upper Tsaina River in Alaska are forecasted to receive up to 66 inches of pow over the next 48 to 72 hours, adding to their snow depth of 24 inches. May Creek is also slated to receive about 36 inches of more snow as the next storm system passes through.


Colorado is also slated to receive more fresh snow in the next 72 hours, with mountains like Berthoud Summit gearing up for up to another 3 inches of fresh snow in the next 72 hours. The snow is much needed as the mountain sits at a fairly low current snowpack level of 15 inches. Cumbres Trestle is also expecting to get another 3 inches of fresh snow this coming week



The next storm system is on its way and expected to bring up to another 4 inches of pow to Wyoming over the next 2-3 days, with 7 mountains in the state expecting to get new snow. Old Battle is expecting to get the white stuff, which should help increase their 32 inch total snowpack by another 4 inches over the next 48 to 72 hours.



Read More:
http://www.noaa.gov/weather


Related Links:
Alaska Snow Report & Forecast
Colorado Snow Report & Forecast
Wyoming Snow Report & Forecast



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