Daily Snow Forecasts

Arizona
Thankful
Updated 4 days ago Lee Born
Generally uneventful weather in the near term with a possible pattern shift on the horizon.
Boise Region
Incoming Storms
Updated 1 day ago Matthew Platt
Busy week coming up! We have a storm moving in on Sunday and stronger follow on storm a day later. This may be the first time that calling in sick could be a good idea! Let's get into it.
Breckenridge
Plenty more to come
Updated 4 hours ago Sam Collentine
5 inches for Sunday morning's report. Clearing skies and dry conditions through Sunday night. Windy on Monday. Heavy snow Monday night into Tuesday. Dry Wednesday, Thursday, and likely into Friday. Active weather returns Saturday, December 3 through Tuesday, December 6.
British Columbia
Multiple shots of snow along with colder temps
Updated 2 days ago Alan Smith
November will be ending on a snowy note across BC, which is great timing as most ski areas are opening up over the next 1-2 weeks (some are already open). A storm will bring snow to most of Southern BC on Friday with snow levels trending lower. A stronger storm will arrive Sat night-Sunday with heavier snow along with a further lowering of snow levels. Another storm is possible Wednesday.
Canadian Rockies
One – Two Pow Punch, then a Deep Freeze
Updated 2 days ago Bob Ambrose
The first of two northerly storm systems will move down the spine of the Rockies on Friday bringing 5 – 15cm of snowfall to most locations. After a stint of high pressure on Saturday, our next slightly stronger storm system with origins in the Gulf of Alaska will move through on Sunday bringing 10-20cm of snowfall. A dry arctic deep freeze moves in Monday and stays through the week.
Chase Powder
Snorkel Alert- It's chase time- Tricky decisions due to...
Updated 1 day ago Powderchaser Steve
Post-Thanksgiving bliss! Significant snow, especially in the PNW this week with up to 4-5 feet possible. There are 3 storms to watch initially favoring the north/central Rockies, with a late week system dropping south over the Sierra. Some areas will grab 3-5 feet by the end of the week. It's a great pattern!
Colorado
Sunday freshies & Tuesday storm update
Updated 4 hours ago Joel Gratz
On Sunday morning there are 2-4+ inches of fresh snow to enjoy. Following dry weather on Monday, the storm on Monday night and Tuesday should deliver 5-10 inches to most mountains with fun powder on Tuesday. Further ahead, there could be another storm around December 2-3 and yet another storm around December 5-7.
Copper Mountain
Sunday freshies and more on Tuesday
Updated 4 hours ago Joel Gratz
There is fresh to enjoy on Sunday morning, and a stronger storm will bring more snow on Tuesday.
Europe
Snowy Storm Train Continues to Plow Through the Alps &...
Updated 2 days ago Luke Stone
The biggest in the series of three storms dropped significant snow on the Alps on Tuesday 11/22. Not all resorts are reporting, but some of the totals have been impressive. As mentioned in the last forecast, the pattern remains active with continued chances for snowfall through the next 10 days.
I-70
Sunday AM Freshies, Strong Storm Monday PM
Updated 4 hours ago Sam Collentine
2-6 inches for Sunday morning's reports. Slick road surfaces through Sunday morning. Clearing skies and dry conditions through Sunday night. Windy on Monday. Heavy snow Monday night into Tuesday. Expect difficult travel conditions Tuesday morning. Dry Wednesday, Thursday, and likely into Friday. Active weather returns Saturday, December 3 through Tuesday, December 6.
I-80 California
Dry thru Sunday, Snow Showers Monday...
Updated 2 days ago Bryan Allegretto
A few snow showers are possible early Saturday, then dry through Sunday night. The next weak system moves through with some snow Monday. Drier for Tuesday into Wednesday. A stronger storm is possible Thursday into Friday with another possible Saturday the 3rd.
Idaho
2" new Sat. AM, big storm Sunday, more to come this week!
Updated 1 day ago Steve Stuebner
The first dose of light snow dropped 2-3" overnight at Schweitzer and Silver, and 2" at Brundage, Tamarack and Bogus Basin to provide a fresh coating for turns Saturday morning. Skies will clear off briefly and then a major snow storm hits N. Idaho ski areas Sat night/Sun AM with big winds; 6-8" of new is forecast. That storm will hit C. and S. Idaho Sun PM/Mon AM, with 4-8" possible.
Jackson Hole
Strong storm on track for Sunday night-Monday
Updated 3 hours ago Alan Smith
A strong storm will impact the Tetons on Sunday night & Monday with deep accumulations expected. Very cold air will also be involved in this storm, resulting in low-density powder with the deepest conditions on Monday. An active pattern will continue for the rest of the week though models are in poor agreement on the details. Generally speaking, Thu-Fri looks like the next window for good snow.
Mammoth
Weary of Model Differences
Updated 3 hours ago Mike Korotkin
Mostly sunny conditions through Wednesday. Cooler temps overall than the last week. Breezy conditions over the top of the mtns as the weather pattern turns more active overall. Better chances for snow starting Thursday afternoon and potentially lasting through Saturday.
Mid-Atlantic
Blue Bird Saturday, Rain Sunday
Updated 1 day ago Zach Butler
Saturday will be beautiful and sunny throughout the region as many resorts open up for the first turns of the year. Sunday will see rounds of rain showers and a few backside snow showers Monday morning north and west with minimal snow accumulations. Next week will start dry with a chance of rain on Wednesday. Let’s break it all down…
Midwest
Spring Skiing Saturday
Updated 1 day ago Croix Christenson
Saturday will bring spring skiing-like conditions to much of the Midwest with some locations seeing mid-50s for highs. Sunday brings mainly rain to southern portions of the Midwest. Thankfully, snow returns to the forecast Monday through Wednesday.
Montana
Snowy Weekend, then a Polar Plunge
Updated 1 day ago Bob Ambrose
Two storm systems are expected to bring accumulating snow to the Northern Rockies beginning Friday evening. The first system is weaker and looks to bring 1 – 3” for most locations. The second, a Gulf of Alaska storm system, will move into NW Montana Sunday morning and track SE over the Divide during the day and into Sunday evening. Accumulations will vary but anywhere from 2 – 8” can be expected.
New England
Weekend Update
Updated 6 hours ago Jay Cordeira
Rain moves in on Sunday with a brief shot at upslopes snow showers on Monday morning. Another good bout of rain is expected on Wednesday with more robust upslope snows into Thursday.
New Mexico
Northern Sangres surprise, next storm Tuesday
Updated 3 hours ago Julien Ross
Overnight Saturday we expected 1-2" favoring the northern Sangres but this little storm overproduced big time with 8" at Taos and 6" at Red River as of 9 am Sunday. The next chance of snow will be Tuesday again favoring the northern mountains.
Northwest
Two major storms in the next five days
Updated 1 day ago Alan Smith
The early season snowpack across the Cascades & Inland NW will see a major boost over the next several days with strong storms expected Sat-Mon and again Tue-Thu. Temps will be trending colder in this pattern, resulting in low snow levels & also good quality snow for powder seekers. Timing-wise, Monday AM and Thursday AM look like the best windows to ski fresh (and deep) powder.
Palisades Tahoe
Seasonal Weekend, Snow Showers Monday...
Updated 2 days ago Bryan Allegretto
A few snow showers are possible early Saturday morning, then partly sunny. Mostly sunny with increasing winds Sunday and seasonal temperatures. Monday a weak system will bring some snow showers later in the day. After a break Tue-Wed, a stronger storm is possible for Thursday - Friday.
Southern California
What Will it Be?
Updated 2 hours ago Mike Korotkin
Mostly sunny conditions through Thursday. Cooler temps overall than last week. Times of breezy conditions throughout the week. Fair chance of moisture making a return by Friday into the weekend. But, high snow levels could be an issue.
Steamboat
Sunday freshies and more on Tuesday
Updated 4 hours ago Joel Gratz
There is fresh to enjoy on Sunday morning, and a stronger storm will bring more snow on Tuesday.
Tahoe
Weak Fronts...
Updated 1 day ago Bryan Allegretto
A few snow showers are possible early Saturday morning, then partly sunny. Mostly sunny with increasing winds Sunday and seasonal temperatures. Monday a weak system will bring some snow showers later in the day. After a break Tue-Wed, a stronger storm is possible for Thursday - Friday.
US and Canada
Storm track favors the Northwest & Northern Rockies
Updated 2 days ago Alan Smith
An active pattern is setting up across the Northwest with a strong storm expected this weekend followed by another storm around the middle of next week. The Cascades and Northern Rockies will benefit the most from this pattern, while Utah/Colorado will pick up some decent snow as well. Tahoe will be right on the fringe of the storm track. The Northwest will see alternating periods of rain & snow.
Utah
Storm to Start the Week, Storms to End the Week
Updated 3 hours ago Evan Thayer
A break today (Sunday) before winter returns on Monday with a storm lasting until early Tuesday. Additional storms are likely for late in the week and into the weekend with more snow.
Vail
Sunday freshies and more on Tuesday
Updated 4 hours ago Joel Gratz
There is fresh to enjoy on Sunday morning, and a stronger storm will bring more snow on Tuesday.
Western US Daily Summit
Labor Day heat wave, cooling trend late next week
Updated 2 months ago Alan Smith
A significant late-season heatwave will persist across the West throughout the holiday weekend before eventually relenting mid to late next week. Daily record highs are likely across much of the West and some areas will break Sept monthly records as well. Smoky conditions have also become more widespread across the Northwest & Northern Rockies. Cooler temps will finally arrive late next week.
Winter Park
Sunday freshies and more on Tuesday
Updated 4 hours ago Joel Gratz
There is fresh to enjoy on Sunday morning, and a stronger storm will bring more snow on Tuesday.