Cascades Get Deep! Rockies Get The Leftovers

Cascades Get Deep! Rockies Get The Leftovers


Cascades Get Deep! Rockies Get The Leftovers


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The Cascades picked up nearly a foot of snow in a convergence zone from Sunday (Stevens Pass), and light to moderate bands of snow will continue through Tuesday night. After a break on Wednesday a stronger system will move into the Northwest and turn showery by Thursday/Friday.  Significant amounts are likely over Whistler and the Cascades over the next 5 days (Strongest Wednesday/Thursday).

More snow is headed for Colorado tonight along I-70 and north (Aspen, Vail, Breckenridge, Keystone, Steamboat) with amounts in the 4-9 inch range. Some spots along the highest summits near Vail might see more. The San Juan’s will see snow this afternoon with weak moisture (2-4). Higher amounts likely over Taos.  The Wasatch in northern Utah grabs light snow during the period with heavier amounts in the central and southern zones.  4-5 inches fell in the Cottonwoods yesterday and lighter amounts at Deer Valley, Park City and The Canyons.  Colder temperatures in the Rockies are enhancing snowmaking efforts.

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