Up to 35 inches of more snowfall on its way to mountains across Montana, Washington, and Alaska over the next week with the next snowstorm on its way. Mountains like Noisy Basin in Montana are gearing up for up to 31 inches of powder over the next week, adding to their current snowpack level of 38 inches. Poorman Creek is also forecasted to receive about 26 inches of powder with the next snowstorm on its way.
Washington is also gearing up for more more snow in the next 72 hours, with mountains like Lyman Lake slated to receive up to another 35 inches of the white stuff over the next 48 to 72 hoursThe mountain has been getting a decent amount of snow this season, and has a solid current snowpack level of 52 inches, and the more snowfall should make for some great skiing conditions this week. Marten Ridge is also gearing up for another 25 inches of fresh snow over the next 2-3 days
The next storm system is on its way and expected to bring up to another 22 inches of fresh snow to Alaska in the coming days, with 11 mountains in the state expecting to get new snow. Long Lake is slated to receive more snowfall, which should help increase their 10 inch current snowpack level by another 22 inches over the next few days.
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