Daily Snow Forecasts

Alberta
Westerly Flow = Spells of Light Snow
Updated 14 hours ago Bob Ambrose
A westerly flow will continue to bring weak impulses of moisture across the Divide interspersed with a few days of partly sunny skies through Friday. Temps will warm slightly Tuesday before the next impulse arrives Wednesday ahead of a blast of very cold air. Generally, 5 to 10cm likely for the Big3 and Marmot with slightly less for Nakiska and Castle. Castle Mountain hopes to open this Friday.
Arizona
Endlessly Mild Fall Finally Comes to a Close
Updated 9 hours ago Lee Born
Monday, October 67th will have been the grand finally of the seemingly endless mild weather we have been experiencing. A pattern change is now underway.
Breckenridge
Light Snow Monday PM, Heavy Snow Thursday PM
Updated 18 hours ago Sam Collentine
Snow returns from Monday evening through Tuesday morning. Mostly dry Tuesday night through Wednesday. Significant snowfall Thursday into Friday. Mostly dry conditions prevail over the weekend and continue into the week of December 13.
British Columbia
Monday storm favors Southwest BC
Updated 1 day ago Alan Smith
A storm will deliver a glancing blow to Southwest Mainland BC on Sunday night & Monday while Vancouver Island including Mt. Washington & Mt. Cain will see heavy snow. A stronger storm will then arrive on Tuesday night & Wednesday with moderate to heavy snow for a larger area. An even stronger storm is possible on Saturday (12/10).
Chase Powder
Get Ready! 12-18 inches for many areas of the west.
Updated 18 hours ago Powderchaser Steve
Teasers will be the main story early this week with light snow falling from the Cascades, Sierra, and northern Rockies early this week. Much larger and colder system will slam into the PNW late week and bring much needed snow to the Rockies and perhaps the Sierra.
Colorado
Weak storm on Tuesday, strong storm on Friday
Updated 20 hours ago Joel Gratz
Monday will be dry for most of the day. From Monday evening through Tuesday afternoon, a weak storm will bring 2-6 inches of snow to most mountains with up to 8"+ in spots. Wednesday will be mostly dry. Then from Thursday morning through Friday night, a strong storm should deliver decent snow totals to most mountains with 10-20"+ for some spots.
Copper Mountain
Snow arrives on Monday night
Updated 19 hours ago Joel Gratz
We'll see two storms this week with moderate snow totals on Monday night into Tuesday and perhaps deeper snow on Thursday night into Friday.
I-70
Ramping Up
Updated 18 hours ago Sam Collentine
Dry through Monday afternoon ahead of a quick round of snow from Monday evening through Tuesday morning. Mostly dry Tuesday night through Wednesday. An even stronger storm arrives Thursday morning and will likely deliver significant snowfall through Friday. Mostly dry conditions prevail over the weekend and continue into the week of December 13. 
I-80
Snow Showers Possible Monday Night...
Updated 15 hours ago Bryan Allegretto
Rain showers are possible during the day Monday possibly turning to snow showers over Donner Summit Monday night. Dry for Tuesday. Snow showers could arrive again by Wednesday afternoon and last through the day on Thursday. We could see travel impacts from this storm.
Idaho
New storm brings 5" new to N. Idaho ski areas, more to come
Updated 1 day ago Steve Stuebner
A new storm brought 5" of new snow to Schweitzer, Silver and Lookout on Saturday. The next storm cycle will come Monday-Wednesday, with a potential for 6-10" of new snow at the Idaho Panhandle resorts. Updated forecast models for S. Idaho are showing less impact from the Arctic storm system coming from the Gulf of Alaska, 2-3" Monday/Tuesday and more light snow expected through the week.
Jackson Hole
Light to moderate snow Monday through Friday
Updated 17 hours ago Alan Smith
A colder and snowier pattern will take hold this week, but the Tetons will not see the most favorable storm tracks compared to other areas in the West. However, we will see 4-5 days in a row with at least some snow expected, with the two rounds of heaviest snow expected on Monday evening and Wednesday evening.
Mammoth
Here Comes the Snow
Updated 18 hours ago Mike Korotkin
A partly sunny Monday will lead into a snowy Monday night into Tuesday morning. A mostly clear Tuesday and Wednesday will lead into a snowy Wednesday night into Thursday. There should be clearing skies by Friday into the weekend. Cool to cold temps will be present all week.
Mid-Atlantic
Rain changes to lake effect snow
Updated 21 hours ago Zach Butler
Scattered rain and warm temperatures affect the Mid-Atlantic Monday. A strong trailing cold front will develop lake effect snow showers late Monday and through the morning on Wednesday, with snow accumulations of 1-5 inches, mainly in the northwestern Mid-Atlantic. Another storm system will affect the southern half of the region on Wednesday with snow accumulations around a Trace - 3 inches.
Midwest
Sunday's Snow on Track - Free Refills!
Updated 2 days ago Croix Christenson
Saturday will be the lull before the storm, with sunny conditions in the morning before clouds start to increase across the Midwest. Sunday will be snowy and windy at times, but a winter paradise for snow lovers. Travel will be hazardous at times so please plan accordingly, pack the winter safety kit, and be prepared for slow travel.
Montana
Unsettled Pattern Settles In
Updated 10 hours ago Bob Ambrose
Decent snow totals from this past weekend’s storm for some areas with 14” at Red Lodge, 12” Lookout Pass and Teton Pass (MT), 8” Whitefish, and 5” Snowbowl. This week a NW flow aloft with a few embedded waves of moisture will add to our sparse Northern Rockies snowpack. It’s not going to be a lot of snow but 3” to 6” are likely Monday/Tuesday and again on Wednesday/Thursday.
New England
Rain today, snow later this week
Updated 19 hours ago Jason Cordeira
Rain on Monday will give way to cooler temperatures and some upslope snows on Tuesday. A couple of weak storms will cross over the region of on Wednesday and Friday with more snow possible. Rain returns for Saturday.
New Mexico
Snow Friday, but how much?
Updated 7 hours ago Julien Ross
A dusting to an inch of snow is possible in the northern mountains on Tuesday and Wednesday. Then the main event will bring decent accumulation starting overnight Thursday through Friday. Right now 3-7" is a safe bet at all mountains with 5-10+" possible if one of the better model solutions comes to fruition.
Northwest
Active week ahead with near daily snow chances
Updated 1 day ago Alan Smith
Saturday's storm kicked off our pattern change with new snowfall favoring Washington. The next storm on Monday has trended weaker, but stronger storms on Wed & Thur will bring heavier snow to all regions of the PNW. The extended range outlook looks great too with frequent snow chances expected through Dec 20th.
Palisades Tahoe
Colder Temps & Some Snow This Week...
Updated 16 hours ago Bryan Allegretto
A few rain & snow showers are possible Monday afternoon/evening with high snow levels. Colder Monday night through Tuesday night but dry Tuesday - Wednesday. Light snow is possible Wednesday night into Thursday. Then dry but colder weather for Friday through next weekend. Hopefully wetter storms next week.
Southern California
Active Weather is Here
Updated 11 hours ago Mike Korotkin
Last day of sunny calm weather today as a weak system pushes in tonight into tomorrow (Tuesday). Mostly all rain is expected with high snow levels. Wednesday into Thursday though a stronger slightly colder system is more likely to bring a few inches of snow. A break over the weekend will continue into early next week. Signs of more active weather are present for the middle of next week though.
Steamboat
Snow arrives on Monday night
Updated 19 hours ago Joel Gratz
We'll see two storms this week with moderate snow totals on Monday night into Tuesday and perhaps deeper snow on Thursday night into Friday.
Sun Valley
Forecasts fizzle for significant snow in Sun Valley this...
Updated 1 day ago Steve Stuebner
Mostly sunny skies are forecast on Sunday with a high of 38 degrees on Bald Mountain. A new storm from the Gulf of Alaska will tilt into the Central Mountains on Monday-Tuesday. There's a 30 percent chance of new snow on Tuesday, bringing a dusting and a few flurries perhaps. Forecast models show another storm system coming in Wednesday-Thursday, again bringing light snow flurries.
Tahoe
Rain & Snow Showers Possible Monday Night...
Updated 16 hours ago Bryan Allegretto
A few rain & snow showers are possible Monday afternoon/evening with high snow levels. Colder Monday night through Tuesday night but dry Tuesday - Wednesday. Light snow is possible Wednesday night into Thursday. Then dry but colder weather for Friday through next weekend. Hopefully wetter storms next week.
US and Canada
Active pattern developing out West
Updated 19 hours ago Alan Smith
Much-needed snowfall is on the way out West this week as a more active pattern takes hold with frequent storms. Early week storms will favor the Northwest, while a strong storm will favor areas farther south later this week, including California, Utah, and Colorado. This weekend and early next week, the pattern will favor the West Coast with heavy snow possible for the Cascades and Sierra.
Utah
One Weak, One Strong
Updated 20 hours ago Evan Thayer
Change arrives to the area today, albeit in the form of a very weak system that will bring only light snow amounts tonight. A stronger, colder storm will bring more significant snowfall to the mountains of Utah from Wednesday night thru Friday.
Vail
Snow arrives on Monday night
Updated 19 hours ago Joel Gratz
We'll see two storms this week with moderate snow totals on Monday night into Tuesday and perhaps deeper snow on Thursday night into Friday.
Western US Daily Summit
Final Forecast for the Summer 2021 Season
Updated 2 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
Snow arrives on Monday night
Updated 19 hours ago Joel Gratz
We'll see two storms this week with moderate snow totals on Monday night into Tuesday and perhaps deeper snow on Thursday night into Friday.