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March 25 2023


March 25 2023

New Snowfall to report today with Mckenzie in Oregon reporting 21" of new snowfall, raising snowpack levels to 110". Skookum Creek in Washington seeing snowpack levels rise to 111" after receiving 20" of more snowfall since yesterday. Skiiers headed to Bear Paw Ski Bowl today can expect 153" of new snowfall on the slopes today, and folks headed to Stevens Pass Ski Area will be enjoying 118" of more powder, with snowpack levels rising to 205".

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More snow forecasted this week with Css Lab in California expecting 33" of more snow in the next 72 hours, with partly sunny then chance snow showers today. Squaw Valley G.C. in California is also slated to get up to 29" of more snow in the coming days. Some great powder days on the horizon with Boreal Mountain Resort forecasted to receive up to 33.22" of snow in the coming days, and Donner Ski Ranch expecting up to 33.22" of more snowfall which could bring their snowpack depth up to 200".

Wyoming - Riverton - Upper Wind River Basin; Wind River Basin; Lander Foothills; Natrona County Lower Elevations
1 to 2 inches
Wyoming - Riverton - Owl Creek and Bridger Mountains; Bighorn Mountains West; Bighorn Mountains Southeast
4 to 8 inches in the bighorn mountains and 2 to 4 inches elsewhere
Nevada - Reno - Mono
1 to 3 feet along the sierra crest with 10 to 18 inches possible in mammoth lakes, june lakes and across higher passes of highway 395
Nevada - Reno - Lassen-Eastern Plumas-Eastern Sierra Counties; Greater Lake Tahoe Area; Greater Lake Tahoe Area
1 to 3 feet above 7000 feet west of highway 89, 8 to 18 inches in the tahoe basin and above 5500 feet west of highway 395, and 2 to 6 inches below 5500 feet
Idaho - Pocatello - Lost River Range; Frank Church Wilderness; Big Lost Highlands/Copper Basin
3 to 8 inches, with locally higher amounts in the backcountry above pass level
Idaho - Pocatello - Centennial Mountains/Island Park; Beaverhead/Lemhi Highlands
3 to 8 inches, except lower amounts of 1 to 2 inches in dubois and localized higher amounts of 8 to 12 inches in the backcountry above about 7,000 feet
Montana - Missoula - Bitterroot/Sapphire Mountains
5 to 9 inches
Montana - Missoula - Southern Clearwater Mountains
2 to 4 inches
Montana - Missoula - Missoula/Bitterroot Valleys
1 to 3 inches
Montana - Missoula - Western Lemhi County; Eastern Lemhi County
1 to 3 inches along salmon river road including shoup, 3 to 6 inches cobalt to leesburg, and 5 to 9 inches in the higher elevations including williams creek summit
Montana - Missoula - Lower Hells Canyon/Salmon River Region
1 to 3 inches
Montana - Missoula - Butte/Blackfoot Region
3 to 6 inches in valley areas, with 5 to 10 inches in the mountains
Montana - Missoula - Potomac/Seeley Lake Region
1 to 3 inches
Iowa - Des Moines - Carroll; Greene; Boone; Story; Marshall; Tama; Audubon; Guthrie; Dallas; Polk; Jasper; Poweshiek; Cass; Adair; Madison; Warren; Marion
2 to 4 inches with localized higher amounts
Illinois - Quad Cities Ia - Benton
1 to 3 inches
Nebraska - Omaha/Valley - Harrison; Shelby; Pottawattamie; Mills; Dodge; Washington; Butler; Saunders; Douglas; Sarpy; Seward; Lancaster; Cass; Saline
1 to 4 inches
Nevada - Las Vegas - Eastern Sierra Slopes of Inyo County
6 to 12 inches between 6000 and 8000 feet
Oregon - Ptland - Cascade Foothills in Lane County; Cascades in Lane County
up to two inches
Alaska - Fairbanks - St Lawrence Island and Bering Strait Coast
4 to 10 inches
Alaska - Fairbanks - Southern Seward Peninsula Coast
8 to 14 inches and ice accumulations up to a quarter of an inch
Alaska - Fairbanks - Eastern Norton Sound and Nulato Hills
8 inches and ice accumulations up to a quarter of an inch
Alaska - Fairbanks - Yukon Delta
4 to 8 inches and ice
Alaska - Fairbanks - Upper Kobuk and Noatak Valleys
12 to 24 inches
Alaska - Fairbanks - Lower Koyukuk and Middle Yukon Valleys
6 to 12 inches and ice
Alaska - Fairbanks - Lower Yukon Valley
4 to 12 inches and ice
Alaska - Fairbanks - Northeastern Brooks Range
up to 4 inches
Alaska - Fairbanks - Northern Arctic Coast
up to one inch
Alaska - Fairbanks - Upper Koyukuk Valley
8 to 20 inches
Alaska - Fairbanks - Southeastern Brooks Range
8 to 15 inches
Alaska - Fairbanks - Central Interior
8 to 15 inches and ice
California - Sacramento - Shasta Lake Area / Northern Shasta County; Mountains Southwestern Shasta County to Western Colusa County
up to 1 to 3 feet possible
California - Sacramento - Burney Basin / Eastern Shasta County; Western Plumas County/Lassen Park; West Slope Northern Sierra Nevada
up to 2 to 4 feet possible
Oregon - Medfd - Western Siskiyou County; Central Siskiyou County; South Central Siskiyou County; North Central and Southeast Siskiyou County
1 to 2 feet possible in the mount shasta area, including along interstate 5 south of weed to dunsmuir and highway 89
Montana - Billings - Red Lodge Foothills; Beartooth Foothills
10 to 18 inches
Montana - Billings - Powder River; Golden Valley; Northern Big Horn; Southern Rosebud; Judith Gap; Southern Wheatland; Southwestern Yellowstone
3 to 6 inches, greatest south of harlowton and billings
Montana - Billings - Northern Stillwater; Northern Park; Paradise Valley; Livingston Area; Southeastern Carbon; Northern Sweet Grass; Northern Carbon; Melville Foothills
6 to 12 inches, greatest east of livingston
Montana - Billings - Southern Big Horn; Bighorn Canyon; Sheridan Foothills
6 to 12 inches, greatest near the mountains
Wyoming - Cheyenne - Dawes; Box Butte; Scotts Bluff; Morrill; North Sioux; South Sioux
3 to 7 inches
Wyoming - Cheyenne - Cheyenne
2 to 4 inches
Nebraska - North Platte - Garden; Deuel; Keith; Perkins; Chase
3 to 5 inches with locally higher possible
Nebraska - North Platte - Frontier
up to two inches
Nebraska - North Platte - Lincoln; Hayes
up to 4 inches
California - Eureka - Del Norte Interior; Northern Humboldt Interior; Southern Humboldt Interior; Northern Trinity; Southern Trinity; Northwestern Mendocino Interior; Northeastern Mendocino Interior; Northern Lake County
8 to 15 inches possible with local amounts over two feet at higher elevations
California - Eureka - Southwestern Humboldt
6 to 12 inches possible
Nevada - Las Vegas - Eastern Sierra Slopes of Inyo County
6 to 12 inches between 6000 and 8000 feet

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The Oceanic Niño Index (ONI) is a rolling 3-month average temperature anomaly, and used for tracking El Niño-Southern Oscillation climate patterns. Based on the latest data for the last 3 months (DJF), the Oceanic Nino Index is currently -0.71, signifying a La Nina period. A persistent above average sea surface temperature may signify an El Niño episode. Conversely, a below average sea surface temperature will signal the onset of La Nina occurences.

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