4 Feet In 2 Days! Snow Continues In The NW and Rockies Through Thursday

4 Feet In 2 Days! Snow Continues In The NW and Rockies Through Thursday

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4 Feet In 2 Days! Snow Continues In The NW and Rockies Through Thursday

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MEGA DUMPAGE ALERT

Silverton Mountain is reporting over 48 inches in the past few days and we believe that Wolf Creek might be close behind? Durango Mountain (Purgatory) sent us a deep report today as well as Telluride.

CASCADES HEAVY POW ALERT

Snow is falling heavily over the Cascades!  Stevens, Baker, and Crystal all have heavy dumpage since the lifts closed (5-10 as of 8pm)  Temps are cold there and the wind is cranking to 60MPH at the ridges (could be some lift issues on Tuesday).   Expect DEEP powderat all NW resorts with an edge for higher amounts from Stevens South. Another 12 inches or more is expected on Tuesday evening with rising snow levels. If the winds cooperate for lifts tomorrow do what you can to get there!  Wednesday will also be deep but denser snow.

ROCKIES: Most snow falling over the San Juan’s has moved into the central and northern Colorado mountains with Steamboatat 7-9 inches and a spotter at Vail reporting 3-6? We suspect moderate amounts have fallen near Aspen, Monarch, and lighter amounts towards Summit. County.  Expect light snow to continue over I-70 especially on Tuesday with perhaps higher amounts near Steamboat (3-7). Snow will increase Tuesday night and Wednesday over all mountains from I-70 and North. My picks might be Wednesday or Thursday?  Snow diminishes by Friday. Reports from Chasers near Big Sky MT reported over a foot in the past 3 days.  Light snow is likely Tuesday PM through Thursday  (Very cold temps).

The Wasatch of Utah will see heavy snow on Tuesday (7-10) with the Northern Wasatch favored (Storm ski day on Tuesday). Moderate amounts tonight and early Tuesday are likely over the Tetons. Grand Targhee and Jackson. have picked up dumpage in the past few days and I expect another foot or more through Thursday. Peak times might be tonight and again on Wednesday night (Several 4-8 inch events).  Thursday might be my pick?

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