COLORADO, United States – It may officially be spring, but that doesn’t mean the snow is done falling across the west. There isn’t quite a monstrous amount of snow expected over the next ten days, but meteorologist Chris Tomer makes it clear that there’s plenty to keep things exciting.

On the West Coast, California seems set to be the luckiest, with 22 inches expected at Mammoth and 21 inches expected at Heavenly. Meanwhile, further north, Whistler Blackcomb is looking at a healthy 11 inches of snowfall, while Mount Baker could see a happier 16″.

Further east in the country, the Idaho/Wyoming/Montana corner is looking good, with Grand Targhee expecting 24 inches, Jackson Hole and Red Lodge expecting 23″, and Big Sky looking at 17″. Colorado is looking good too, with Crested Butte potentially getting up to 24″ and many other mountains getting over a foot.

The big winner, though, looks like it’ll be Alta, with 50 inches expected over the next 10 days. I’ll let Chris Tomer explain the rest.

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Image Credit: Chris Tomer via YouTube

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