Daily Snow Forecasts

Alberta
Dry Northwesterly Flow
Updated 2 days ago Bob Ambrose
A high-pressure ridge that is parked off the west coast will continue to divert storms to the south along the BC and US coastline. We are left with a NW flow, which is sometimes good, but this time it really has no moisture to work with, just occasional banks of clouds. On the horizon, it does appear this pattern may change to an unsettled one starting next Thursday.
Arizona
Getting There, Double Barrel Storms on Tap
Updated 2 days ago Lee Born
Two winter storms are poised to bring feet of snow to the Arizona mountains this weekend into early next week.
Big Sky
Chilly and Sunny Sunday
Updated 7 hours ago Bob Ambrose
A cold and crisp morning with clear skies will transition to a mostly sunny day with slightly below average daytime temperatures. Although skies will remain dry through Wednesday afternoon, a moist Southwest (SW) flow will bring chances of daily light snow amounts (1-2”) Thursday through next weekend. Daytime high temps will be returning to the low to mid 20’s (9000’) as well.
Breckenridge
Some Freshies
Updated 7 hours ago Sam Collentine
Mostly dry through midday Sunday ahead of light snowfall on Sunday afternoon and evening. Break through Monday morning. Another weak wave of light snow on Monday afternoon. Best chance for slightly deeper totals will arrive on Tuesday and into Tuesday night. Dry Wednesday through Friday. Snow returns next Saturday (1/30) and again around February 3rd.
British Columbia
Storm on track for the South Coast Sun-Mon
Updated 5 hours ago Alan Smith
A cold storm will impact the South Coast on Sunday and Monday with the deepest totals expected across Vancouver Island and the North Shore Mountains. A back-to-back series of storms will also impact Southern BC on Wednesday and Thursday favoring the Kootenay Boundary & South Okanagans, and to a lesser extent the North Shore Mountains and Vancouver Island. Freezing levels will remain low.
Chase Powder
The Big One! 5 Feet Plus by Friday
Updated 6 hours ago Powderchaser Steve
Several areas in the west will score powder this week. The 4 corners including southern Colorado, central Arizona, southern Utah, reap rewards through Tuesday. The Sierra grabs a moderate storm Sunday night and a "Monster Storm" from Wednesday to Friday.
Colorado
Periods of snow through Tuesday Night
Updated 10 hours ago Joel Gratz
All mountains have seen at least some fresh snow from the storm, which started on Friday afternoon. Additional waves of snow will move through every 12-24 hours from Sunday morning through Tuesday night and most mountains should measure at least 6-12 inches during this time with the potential for 18+ inches of additional snow in the far southern mountains.
Copper Mountain
Moderate accumulations, conditions softening through...
Updated 9 hours ago Joel Gratz
Multiple waves of snow will move across Colorado from Sunday through Tuesday night with mostly light accumulations and perhaps a few bursts of steadier snow.
I-70
Multiple rounds of snow ahead
Updated 7 hours ago Sam Collentine
Mostly dry through midday Sunday ahead of light snowfall on Sunday afternoon and evening. Break through Monday morning. Another weak wave of light snow on Monday afternoon. Best chance for slightly deeper totals will arrive on Tuesday and into Tuesday night. Dry Wednesday through Friday. Snow returns next Saturday (1/30) and again around February 3rd.
I-80
Snow Showers Sunday Afternoon into Monday...
Updated 5 hours ago Bryan Allegretto
Another storm will bring snow showers Sunday afternoon through Monday. Another break Monday night into Tuesday. Then Tuesday night through next weekend we could see bigger storms bring more snow and travel headaches.
Idaho
3" new freshens Idaho slopes; more to come S. of Snake...
Updated 2 days ago Steve Stuebner
The latest storm brought 3 inches to Bogus Basin, Brundage and Pomerelle, 2 inches at Tamarack and an inch at Soldier Mountain to freshen the slopes on Friday. More snow will come to Pomerelle, Magic, Pebble Creek and Kelly Canyon Friday-Saturday while the rest of the state will be sunny for the weekend.
Jackson Hole
Multi-day storm cycle later this week
Updated 6 hours ago Alan Smith
Sunday through Tuesday will be dry and cold, but then attention turns to the second half of the week and beyond. A moist southwest flow will lead to many days in a row of snow with the first storm cycle expected from Wed through Sat (Jan 27th-30th) followed by another potentially good storm cycle from Jan 31st - Feb 2nd. Deep totals are likely over the course of this pattern.
Mammoth
Another Cold System Sunday Night into Monday...
Updated 5 hours ago Bryan Allegretto
Increasing clouds Sunday with another cold system for Sunday night into Monday. After another break into Tuesday, a stronger storm moves in Tuesday night and could last through Thursday. More storms possible into the weekend of the 30th.
Mid-Atlantic
Mixed Precipitation to Start the Week
Updated 8 hours ago Zach Butler
The next storm system brings minimal effects Sunday afternoon with the main storm arriving during the day Monday. This storm system will bring a mix of precipitation to the region with light accumulating snow in the central to northern Mid-Atlantic. Scattered snow remains in some areas on Tuesday with the next storm system eyeing the southern half of the Mid-Atlantic on Thursday.
Montana
Dry Spell then Snow Late Next Week
Updated 1 day ago Bob Ambrose
Dry weather will dominate the weekend across the Treasure State with slightly below average daytime temperatures. After a dry early to mid-week, clouds and chances of snow return Thursday on a moist SW flow that will turn the pattern around to a snowier one into next weekend.
Mountain Collective
West Coast Love
Updated 4 days ago Sam Collentine
Following a quiet first half of January, the focus will shift back to the Western US for the final 10 days of January. Target Utah for the weekend of January 23/24, followed by California during the week of January 25th.
New England
More fresh snow; Colder and windier this weekend.
Updated 1 day ago Jason Cordeira
Fresh snow fell across Vermont and New Hampshire on Friday and Friday night adding 2-5" to increasing depths across the region. Expect snow showers to linger in the mountains on Saturday as winds pick up and temperatures drop into Sunday. Quiet weather is in store through the work week.
New Mexico
Storm #2 of 3 Sunday PM to Monday AM
Updated 7 hours ago Julien Ross
Northwest
Chilly with trivial snowfall
Updated 17 hours ago Larry Schick
Expect cold and snow through the day on Sunday with 2-5” and a snow level of 1,000 ft. That means good quality, light snow. Be cautious on the drive up as there will be snow on the road in the lower elevation for Sunday and much of the week.
Southern California
The Hits Keep Coming
Updated 4 hours ago Mike Korotkin
Snow showers Sunday with steady snow Sunday night into Monday. A break on Tuesday with another storm coming in Wednesday night and lasting into Friday. A drier pattern over the weekend with potentially more storms the early part of 1st week of February
Squaw/Alpine
Another Cold System Sunday Night into Monday...
Updated 5 hours ago Bryan Allegretto
Increasing clouds Sunday with another cold system for Sunday night into Monday. After a break into Tuesday, a stronger storm moves in Tuesday night and could last through Thursday night. More storms are possible into the weekend of the 30th and early the following week, with not much of a break between storms.
Steamboat
Light snow, conditions softening through midweek at...
Updated 10 hours ago Joel Gratz
Multiple waves of snow will move across Colorado from Sunday through Tuesday night with mostly light accumulations and perhaps a few bursts of steadier snow.
Sun Valley
Chance of light snow Friday morning, sunny skies...
Updated 2 days ago Steve Stuebner
There's a 20 percent chance of snow in Sun Valley after 11 a.m. today, and then things will clear Saturday-Sunday for a sunny weekend. High temperature will be in the low 20s on Friday, and then it cools to the high teens by Sunday. Another dusting could come on Monday, with a 20 percent chance of light snow.
Tahoe
A 10 Day Snow Blitz?...
Updated 6 hours ago Bryan Allegretto
Increasing clouds Sunday with another cold system for Sunday night into Monday. After a break into Tuesday, a stronger storm moves in Tuesday night and could last through Thursday night. More storms are possible into the weekend of the 30th and early the following week, with not much of a break between storms.
US and Canada
Upcoming pattern favors the Southwest
Updated 2 days ago Alan Smith
The storm track will shift south over the next 5-7 days with heavy snow expected across Utah, Arizona, and the San Juans in Colorado, while Tahoe will start to pick up some good snow starting on Monday and continuing through much of next week. In the East, snow showers will continue across New England on Friday-Saturday, followed by a storm that will impact the Mid-Atlantic on Monday-Tuesday.
Utah
Southern Utah storm + AR Scraps
Updated 8 hours ago Evan Thayer
A few snow showers linger today, but otherwise the storm is departing. Our next storm will focus on Southern Utah Monday and Tuesday. An atmospheric river will focus on California later this week with Utah picking up some of the scraps by the weekend.
Vail
Moderate accumulations, conditions softening through...
Updated 9 hours ago Joel Gratz
Multiple waves of snow will move across Colorado from Sunday through Tuesday night with mostly light accumulations and perhaps a few bursts of steadier snow.
Whistler
Minor snowfall
Updated 17 hours ago Larry Schick
Sunday will see a weather front along the coast, stretch out and deliver light to modest snowfall (5-10 cm 2-4”) to W/B. Snow level will be near or below the Village. This will be a nice refresh to improve the surface conditions, but not an epic snowfall.
Winter Park
Moderate accumulations, conditions softening through...
Updated 9 hours ago Joel Gratz
Multiple waves of snow will move across Colorado from Sunday through Tuesday night with mostly light accumulations and perhaps a few bursts of steadier snow.