It’s always a good idea to start your week with a little mountain weather update, and nobody gets them out quite like Chris Tomer. There are a couple of storm patterns headed across the United States over the next 10 days, with the Northwest seeming to have the best of luck throughout. Forecasts are looking pretty amazing for Whistler, Grand Targhee, and Jackson Hole, with plenty of other resorts picking up snow throughout.

Sadly it doesn’t look like much of an epic ten day forecast for Colorado, but there’s still a decent amount expected. Things look a bit better for Utah and California. Even the East Coast is expecting a little bit of snowfall, with Jay Peak forecasted to receive a possible 11 inches throughout the next ten days (the rest of New England is looking at around 4-10 inches).

Meteorologist Chris Tomer has spent the past 20 years forecasting mountain weather for skiers and climbers. Tomer combines his experience and knowledge in weather forecasting with his love for the outdoors, providing some of the best mountain weather forecasts for those hoping to plan around the weather for upcoming outdoor activities. You can find daily weather updates on both his YouTube channel and his blog.

Pattern looks less organized 2/15-2/22 for Intermountain West with exception of Tetons (snow bullseye), still looking at moderate to heavy snow accumulation UT and parts of CO. Northeast 2/13 storm system is tracking further south pulling most snow out of VT/NH/ME. Next storm system is 2/16.

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