Idaho Daily Snow

Snow Friday, Sunday and beyond in Idaho

Summary

A subtropical storm pattern continues to bring precipitation to Idaho, but the storm is on the warm side, so it's bringing a mix of rain and snow at North Idaho resorts on Friday morning, then it will change to all snow this afternoon. About 2-4 inches of new snow are forecast for North Idaho resorts on Friday, as well as Brundage Mountain and Tamarack, where snow levels are 5,250-5,500 feet. Bogus Basin and Pebble Creek are projected to get 1-3 inches out of the storm cycle on Friday, and Pomerelle 2-4 inches. A brief lull will occur on Saturday, with sunshine appearing at Sun Valley, Pomerelle and Pebble Creek. And then another wave of snow storms will hit Idaho statewide on Sunday, with 2-5 inches forecast to fall during the day. The storms continue on Sunday night/Monday and into next week, bringing more snow daily.

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Short Term Forecast

Skiing/riding is a magical thing ... (courtesy Tamarack Resort)

It might be a wintry mix on Friday morning in some locations but temperatures are predicted to cool down as the day progresses. Watch snow levels and base area temperatures to make your choices.

Over the next 5 days, the snow should pile up everywhere, with a maximum upside potential of 9-15 inches of new snow to fall by early next week at Lookout Pass, Silver and Schweitzer, and 8-15 inches of new at Pebble Creek, Magic Mountain, Pomerelle, Bogus Basin, Tamarack and Brundage Mountain. Sun Valley is expected to get about 3-7 inches through that period.

Extended Forecast

A series of snow storms are forecast to continue moving into Idaho through next week, with more snow expected to fall daily. 

Announcements

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Sun Valley Resort is operating daily on Bald Mountain with top-to-bottom skiing and riding on 85 runs, 46 of them groomed, and 11 lifts in operation. Dollar Mountain is open for the season. A banked slalom race is scheduled on Saturday.

 

Bogus Basin is operating daily 9 am-10pm through January 5. 25K of the Nordic trails are open. The tubing hill is open daily 9-4:30, and the Mountain Coaster is open daily 11-4:30. Night skiing is open.

 

Soldier Mountain is open Thursday-Sundays for the season.

 

Schweitzer Mountain is open 7 days a week. Nordic trails are open. Schweitzer is opening the brand new Cedar Park Express and Stella lifts to access backside bowls.

 

Silver Mountain is operating 7 days a week.

 

Check avalanche danger in N. Idaho at the Panhandle Avalanche Center.

 

Tamarack Resort is operating 7 days a week. Earlier this week, Tamarack opened the Village Market, a general store, and Clearwater Coffee shop in the Village at Tamarack. The market is open 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. daily. Clearwater Coffee is open from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. daily.

Brundage Mountain is operating daily. The McCall Winter Carnival begins this weekend, Jan. 24, and runs through Feb. 2. See all the events and activities at the McCall Chamber of Commerce. One of my favorite parts of the Winter Carnival are the ice sculptures and Mardi Gras parade.

 

The T-bar is getting fixed on the Little Ski Hill near McCall, but kids are still invited to ski and ride by climbing the hill on their own.

 

Pomerelle is operating daily.

 

Kelly Canyon near Idaho Falls is open 6 days a week.

 

Magic Mountain and Lookout Pass are open.

 

Pebble Creek is operating 7 days a week. Night skiing is open on Friday and Saturday nights.

 

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