Daily Snow Forecasts

Alberta
Short Term Snow / Long Term Dry
Updated 7 hours ago Bob Ambrose
Low-pressure moving southeastward out of northern BC will bring light snow for a large swath of the Rockies from Nakiska north to Marmot Basin Monday night. Widespread accumulations of 10 – 15cm are likely overnight Monday and through Tuesday morning. Temps take a dip on Tuesday as well, as colder air is drawn in from the north.
Arizona
Monday Outlook, Yikes
Updated 8 hours ago Lee Born
A couple little storms are all we got.
Breckenridge
Snow Returns on Friday
Updated 8 hours ago Sam Collentine
Mostly sunny on Monday. Cloudy on Tuesday. Slight chance for snow on Wednesday. Sunny on Thursday. Snow on Friday. Dry next weekend (1/22-23). Stormier pattern could develop during the final days of January.
British Columbia
Revelstoke & Northern BC are favored this week
Updated 8 hours ago Alan Smith
Two storms will impact BC this week and both storms will favor Northern BC for the heaviest snowfall along with Revelstoke and northern portions of the Powder Highway. Areas closer to the U.S. border will see comparatively less snow, though Thursday could be decent for the Interior (in addition to Revelstoke). The pattern will then take a break this weekend and for much of next week
Chase Powder
Warm and wet for New England! North Carolina is scoring!...
Updated 1 day ago Powderchaser Steve
Moderate snowfall will be found in the coastal and interior regions of British Columbia in the next 24-48 hours. Heavy wet freshies will quickly slam New England Sunday night to Tuesday with strong winds and 9-12 inches of snow at the peaks. The Rockies get teased late next week.
Colorado
Light snow midweek, more snow late week
Updated 12 hours ago Joel Gratz
Monday and Tuesday will be dry. We could see a few flakes and light snow accumulations from later Tuesday through Thursday. From later Friday into Friday night, a stronger storm could deliver at least a few inches of snow to most mountains. After that, we could see another round of lighter snow around Jan 25-27, and then, finally, the weather pattern should change as we head into February.
Copper Mountain
The best chance for snow will be late in the week
Updated 12 hours ago Joel Gratz
Monday and Tuesday will be dry, we could see a few flakes during the middle of the week, and then more snow is possible on Friday.
I-70
Dry Until Friday
Updated 8 hours ago Sam Collentine
Mostly sunny on Monday. Cloudy on Tuesday. Slight chance for snow on Wednesday. Sunny on Thursday. Snow on Friday. Dry next weekend (1/22-23). Stormier pattern could develop during the final days of January.
I-80 California
The Dry Pattern Continues...
Updated 6 days ago Bryan Allegretto
We are stuck in a dry pattern for a while. As of the latest forecast model runs, the next chance of a storm isn't until at least the 28th of January. That could change so stay tuned...
Idaho
Slight chance of snow in N. Idaho on MLK day, partly cloudy...
Updated 11 hours ago Steve Stuebner
A weak disturbance pushing south into Idaho from Canada will create light snow showers and breezy conditions at N. Idaho ski areas on Monday, and cloudy to partly cloudy conditions in S. Idaho. Another system with a little more moisture will bring 2-5" of new snow Thursday and Friday in N. Idaho and light snow elsewhere in S. Idaho. High pressure aloft is still in control.
Jackson Hole
Dry pattern continues, light snow possible later this week
Updated 1 day ago Alan Smith
Dry conditions with a mix of sun and clouds will continue from Sunday through Tuesday. A minor disturbance passing north of the area will bring us a chance of flurries along with colder temps on Wednesday. A storm will then approach from the northwest late in the week with a few inches of snow possible Thursday-Friday. We will then dry out again w/minimal snow chances through about the end of Jan.
Mammoth
Rinse & Repeat... But with No Water
Updated 2 days ago Mike Korotkin
The weather we've seen the last 5 days we'll continue to see the next 5 days. No precipitation in the forecast for the foreseeable future. At this time.. the earliest we'll see any flakes fly is still the last week of January... but confidence is still higher that we'll have to wait till February to see any major snow storms.
Mid-Atlantic
Snow to the west, Messy to the east
Updated 1 day ago Zach Butler
The big Nor’easter approaches the region Sunday with heavy snow for the western half of the Mid-Atlantic. The eastern half will see initial snow but warm air will change precipitation to a mix and eventually rain. The western and northern Mid-Atlantic will be the place to be with 8-20+ inches! More winter weather is expected next week. Let’s get into the details…
Midwest
Midweek Powder
Updated 22 hours ago Croix Christenson
A little bit of light lake effect Monday, otherwise quiet before a more significant storm arrives Tuesday into Wednesday. The return of arctic air Wednesday should get lake effect going off of Lake Superior and Lake Michigan for a few days to end the workweek.
Montana
Light Accumulations Tuesday thru Friday
Updated 1 day ago Bob Ambrose
Look for partly sunny skies with above seasonal temps Sunday (1/16) and MLK Monday across most mountain regions of the Treasure State. A NW flow will deliver a weak Pacific storm system Monday night into the day on Tuesday that will bring chances of 1 – 4” to both sides of the Divide. Weak pulses of moisture will be moving through Montana daily Wednesday (1/19) through Friday (1/21).
New England
Heavy Snow Monday
Updated 12 hours ago Jason Cordeira
Heavy snow will continue through midday on Monday before changing over to some sleet and rain across southern and central resorts. Highest snowfall totals greater than 1 foot will fall across Southern Vermont, northern New Hampshire, and western Maine. Upslope snows will tack on a few more inches across the Greens and Whites overnight setting up a powder day for Tuesday across New England.
New Mexico
Weathering the (non) storm
Updated 2 days ago Julien Ross
Friday night's storm brought 4-6" to the Cuchara area of the Sangre de Cristos just north of the New Mexico border but the Sangres resorts south of the border got skunked. Saturday and Sunday will be gorgeous bluebird days but with strong winds Saturday morning. Aside from a few outside chances of light precipitation, the rest of January is not looking like a favorable pattern for New Mexico.
Northwest
Light rain & snow this week
Updated 9 hours ago Alan Smith
Two storms this week with mild temps & high snow levels will bring periods of mixed precipitation from Monday afternoon through Thursday night, and even parts of the Inland NW will see rain issues by later in the week. High pressure will result in mostly dry & sunny conditions from Jan 21st-28th with better snow chances toward the end of the month.
Palisades Tahoe
More Sunny Days Ahead...
Updated 8 hours ago Bryan Allegretto
Mostly sunny for the next 10+ days. A few clouds are possible at times as weak systems fall apart as they move through the region. The pattern could begin to shift during the last few days of January.
Southern California
Maybe a Shower with the Clouds?
Updated 2 days ago Mike Korotkin
Periods of clouds with sun will be the story through the weekend and into early next week. There's a chance we could see very light rain/snow showers throughout this period but accumulations will be negligible. Next week will be similar to this past week with mild temps and mostly sunny skies. No major storms in the foreseeable future.
Steamboat
The best chance for snow will be late in the week
Updated 12 hours ago Joel Gratz
Monday and Tuesday will be dry, we could see a few flakes during the middle of the week, and then more snow is possible on Friday.
Sun Valley
Partly sunny for MLK Day in Sun Valley!
Updated 11 hours ago Steve Stuebner
Skiers/riders will enjoy a super nice day at Sun Valley for MLK Day, with the warmest day of the week on the mountain to occur this afternoon with 34 degrees and light winds. High temps will be in the high 20s the rest of the week. No significant snow is expected through Thursday.
Tahoe
Try Again Next Month?...
Updated 9 hours ago Bryan Allegretto
Mostly sunny for the next 10+ days. A few clouds are possible at times as weak systems fall apart as they move through the region. The pattern could begin to shift during the last few days of January. Let's take a look at the progression and when storms could return...
US and Canada
Storm track favors the East for the next 2 weeks
Updated 13 hours ago Alan Smith
A powerful Nor'Easter brought heavy snow to the Mid-Atlantic on Sunday, and New England will see heavy snow from this storm on Monday. The pattern for the rest of this week (and also next week) will favor the East & Upper Midwest while the West will remain in a drier pattern. BC, Alberta, & the Northern U.S. Rockies will see some snow this week, then next week's track shifts north to Alaska.
Utah
Improvements
Updated 10 hours ago Evan Thayer
High pressure remains in control, but we should finally see another chance for snow in Northern Utah mountains later this week as a cold and moisture-starved system crosses the region. We are also starting to see signs of a potentially more significant pattern change at the end of the month.
Vail
The best chance for snow will be late in the week
Updated 12 hours ago Joel Gratz
Monday and Tuesday will be dry, we could see a few flakes during the middle of the week, and then more snow is possible on Friday.
Western US Daily Summit
Final Forecast for the Summer 2021 Season
Updated 3 months ago Alan Smith
Unsettled weather will linger through the weekend across the Four Corners region as well as the Olympic Peninsula and Northern Cascades, but all of these areas will see a drying trend relative to recent days. A more active pattern is likely to develop across the entire West late next week and into the Oct 8th-9th weekend. This will be the final Daily Summit post of 2021 as we gear up for winter.
Winter Park
The best chance for snow will be late in the week
Updated 12 hours ago Joel Gratz
Monday and Tuesday will be dry, we could see a few flakes during the middle of the week, and then more snow is possible on Friday.