Daily Snow Forecasts

Alberta
Deep Pow Across the Rockies
Updated 2 days ago Bob Ambrose
Deep powder has finally returned to the heart of the Rockies with storm totals of 45cm at Sunshine Village, 42cm Lake Louise, and 41cm to the south at Castle Mountain since Sunday night. The high winds will slacken quite a bit on Tuesday with widespread flurries that could bring another 3 to 10cm. High-pressure ridging will dry things out Wednesday.
Arizona
Storms to Keep an Eye On
Updated 16 hours ago Lee Born
The weather pattern will remain unfavorable for any significant snowfall for the short term. We have been dealing with moisture starved systems dropping out of the Great Basin every few days and we have one more similar system Sunday. Models are hinting a potential pattern change and a couple of worthy storms possible into mid March.
Big Sky
Sunny and Cold Friday
Updated 22 hours ago Bob Ambrose
Some below zero temps have made a return to the lower mountain this morning under crispy clear skies. Expect another cold day today with highs around 10 above across the alpine areas but with lots of sun to go around. Snow returns Friday with 1 to 3 inches likely through last chair. The weekend looks mainly dry and cold with some flurries Saturday and a full on sunny Sunday.
Breckenridge
Dusted
Updated 20 hours ago Sam Collentine
Dusting on Wednesday night. Cool and dry on Thursday and into Friday. Gusty winds also in play for Friday. Mostly light snow Friday night through Saturday. Dry conditions likely Sunday and Monday. Chances for snow return during the middle of next week.
British Columbia
Snow favoring the Interior on Thursday
Updated 19 hours ago Alan Smith
Moderate to heavy snow will fall across the Interior on Thursday with light to moderate lingering snow for Coastal BC. Most areas will see additional flurries on Friday as well. A weak storm will arrive on Saturday night and Sunday, followed by a stronger storm on Monday with more powder on the way to kick off next week.
Chase Powder
Cold and deep. Wind could spell evil periods.
Updated 22 hours ago Powderchaser Steve
The next storm system is just getting underway in the Northwest. Significant snow will fall from Thursday to Friday night. Decent energy will pass through central Idaho, northern Wyoming, and the central and northern Wasatch of Utah. Windy periods are going to make chasing powder very difficult gambling on openings and snow quality.
Colorado
Thursday freshies in the east, next storm on Friday night &...
Updated 23 hours ago Joel Gratz
Wednesday night brought intense snow to areas east of the divide with double-digit totals in the Denver area, 6 inches at Eldora, and 1-4 inches for other less favored mountains. On Thursday we'll see dry weather with a few showers over the south. The next storm from Friday afternoon through Saturday afternoon will deliver 3-10 inches to the northern and central mountains.
Copper Mountain
Saturday powder possible at Copper
Updated 23 hours ago Joel Gratz
Thursday morning will offer 1 inch of fresh snow, then 3-10 inches of powder could arrive in time for Saturday.
I-70
Refresh + More Saturday
Updated 20 hours ago Sam Collentine
1-3 inches for the ski resorts along the I-70 corridor. Cool and dry on Thursday and into Friday. Gusty winds also in play for Friday. Mostly light snow Friday night through Saturday. Dry conditions likely Sunday and Monday. Chances for snow return during the middle of next week.
I-80
Dry Thru Sunday, Rain/Snow Possible Starting Monday...
Updated 21 hours ago Bryan Allegretto
We have a dry pattern through the weekend. Next week a couple of storms could bring snow to the Sierra but the timing and track is still uncertain. The pattern could remain active into the 2nd week of March.
Idaho
Snow and wind today-Fri. with 1-2' feet of snow coming...
Updated 23 hours ago Steve Stuebner
The next snow storm event is barreling into Idaho on Thursday, starting at N. Idaho ski areas this morning and spreading statewide by tonight. A Winter Storm Warning/Advisory is in effect statewide. With high winds forecast, road travel may be challenging. 1-2 feet of new snow is forecast through Saturday, and skies will clear by Sunday. Finishing February with a major powder bang!
Jackson Hole
One more big storm
Updated 22 hours ago Alan Smith
The Tetons will see one final storm to cap off this deep pattern we've been experiencing since late January, then conditions will dry out for a bit heading into early March. Snow will fall from Thursday night through Friday night, before giving way to light snow showers on Saturday. Both Friday & Saturday will be powder days with 3-day storm totals of 13-27 inches expected.
Mammoth
Mostly Sunny & Breezy Thru Sunday...
Updated 21 hours ago Bryan Allegretto
We have a dry pattern through the weekend. We will warm back up slightly Thursday into Friday before cooling down again Saturday. Gusty winds possible at times through the period. We are tracking a pair of storms next week that could move into CA, one for Mon-Tue, possibly Wed-Thu, and another for the end of the week.
Mid-Atlantic
Scattered rain and snow this weekend
Updated 55 minutes ago Zach Butler
The next storm system approaches from the south and west bringing scattered mixed precipitation on Friday evening into Saturday. A few inches of snow could fall in the Blue Ridge Mountains and northeastern Mid-Atlantic before precipitation changes to rain. Another weak storm brings scattered rain on Sunday with light accumulations.
Montana
Incoming Storm
Updated 22 hours ago Bob Ambrose
Our next system has already moved into the Westside Thursday morning bringing light snow at Lookout and Whitefish. This event will mainly affect the mountains west of the Divide with off an on snow through Saturday with more than a foot likely for some. East of the Divide will see fresh snow as well but with lesser totals of 2 to 4 inches.
Mountain Collective
Go North
Updated 1 day ago Sam Collentine
The weather pattern for most destinations will turn quieter over the next 10 days as we await the potential for stronger storms to return in early March. Canada, along with Grand Targhee and Jackson Hole, will be favored in the short-term.
New England
Spring Vibes
Updated 1 day ago Jason Cordeira
Warming temperatures ahead of next storm(s) will result in increased odds of rain mixing with snow on Wednesday night and again this weekend. Colder air and renewed chances of snow return next week. Still lots of snow in the forecast.
New Mexico
Chance of light snow Sun-Mon
Updated 10 hours ago Julien Ross
Thursday's storm brought 1-4" to the far northern Sangres. Friday and Saturday will be sunny and dry but chilly with gusty winds and temperatures in the 20's and 30's. Late Sunday through Monday a weak storm will cross the state with a chance for light snow. Tuesday dries out. The GFS calls for a storm around March 3-4 but the European has the storm missing us to the north.
Northwest
Big Powder Days
Updated 8 hours ago Larry Schick
Friday will be a big powder day with new snow and a low snow level providing great quality. By Saturday high pressure will build in with clearing skies with great skiing from all the new snow from the last few days. Sunday will see more clouds but not much snow, while early next week is showing mixed signals.
Southern California
Dry For Now
Updated 1 day ago Mike Korotkin
Still in a dry and seasonably warm pattern through this whole week. Chances for snow increase slightly next week but the track and timing of the systems will be difficult to pin down until the storms are within a 2-3 day window.
Squaw/Alpine
Dry & Breezy Thru Sunday...
Updated 21 hours ago Bryan Allegretto
We have a dry pattern through the weekend. We will warm back up slightly Thursday into Friday before cooling down again Saturday. Gusty winds possible at times through the period. We are tracking a pair of storms next week that could move into CA, one for Mon-Tue, possibly Wed-Thu, and another for the end of the week.
Steamboat
Saturday powder possible at Steamboat
Updated 23 hours ago Joel Gratz
Thursday morning will offer 2 inches of fresh snow, then 3-10 inches of powder could arrive in time for Saturday.
Sun Valley
Storm coming to Central Idaho and Sun Valley, 2-4" forecast
Updated 23 hours ago Steve Stuebner
A major storm system is moving into Central Idaho today through Friday. A Winter Storm Warning is in effect. 2-4" of new snow is forecast with the storm system in Sun Valley, with most of it expected to fall on Friday. More snow is expected north of Sun Valley in the Central Mountains, Sawtooths and Stanley area.
Tahoe
We Still Have March...
Updated 21 hours ago Bryan Allegretto
We have a dry pattern through the weekend. We will warm back up slightly Thursday into Friday before cooling down again Saturday. Gusty winds possible at times through the period. We are tracking a pair of storms next week that could move into CA, one for Mon-Tue, possibly Wed-Thu, and another for the end of the week.
US and Canada
More snow for the Northwest & Northern Rockies
Updated 4 hours ago Alan Smith
British Columbia and Washington were hit with another good storm on Thursday. Heavy snow will continue to fall across the Cascades on Friday, while Idaho and the Tetons in Wyoming will also score deep snow totals. The storm track will remain favorable for the Northwest heading into early next week, and eventually by late next week, the Sierras & Tahoe may get in on the action as well.
Utah
Storm Rolling in Tonight
Updated 5 minutes ago Evan Thayer
We have a weak initial wave moving through Utah this morning. A stronger system pushes in tonight into Saturday with more respectable snowfall amounts. A general drying and warming trend for next week.
Vail
Saturday powder possible at Vail
Updated 23 hours ago Joel Gratz
Thursday morning will offer 2-4 inches of fresh snow, then 3-10 inches of powder could arrive in time for Saturday.
Whistler
Weekend sun
Updated 8 hours ago Larry Schick
The snow is moving south into Washington and Oregon for Friday, so there is a chance of some clearing on Friday. High pressure will produce mostly sunny skies on Saturday. There will be more clouds but little if any snow on Sunday. The weather for early next week is uncertain with models showing different solutions.
Winter Park
Saturday powder possible at Winter Park
Updated 23 hours ago Joel Gratz
Following dry weather on Thursday, a storm could bring 3-10 inches of powder in time for Saturday.