Every skier’s favorite meteorologist Chris Tomer is back with another Mountain Weather update. Here’s the good news- he’s predicting most of the west to get slammed by a major early-season storm.
Tomer is calling for anywhere from 30-48″ (that’s up to 4 FEET) of snow to fall across The Sierras, and 12-24″ to hit most of Utah, Wyoming, and Montana.
Colorado will get the leftovers from the storm, but early-season skiers at Arapahoe Basin, Loveland, Keystone, Winter Park, and Breckenridge will enjoy a nice refresh with 4-6″ forecasted.
Take a look at Tomer’s full forecast below and get stoked. Winter is here in the west!
For all of my fellow east coast skiers- I stand with you in solidarity. It’s absolutely brutal to see our neighbors to the west get snow while we’re stuck in a warm spell, but winter will come.
Good things happen to those that wait. That’s how that saying goes, right?
We’ll have our time to shine.
Stay tuned here at Unofficial Networks for all news regarding the North American ski season. We got you covered!
Featured/Header Image Credit: FACEBOOK/Summit at Snoqualmie