Several moderate snowstorms are lining up, but there will be periodic clearing periods between the storms. Snow levels will remain fairly low, 500-1000 ft. that means good quality snow. The snowstorms are not huge, but will provide a wonderful snow refresh every other day.
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Short Term Forecast
Expect a break on Thursday, but you’ll see several inches (1-4”) of new snow from the storm on late Wednesday. There will be sunshine at times– expect some fine skiing.
Friday expect snow increasing by lunchtime, and continuing through about noon on Saturday. Total snowfall will be 4-9”, so Saturday will see great skiing. There will be a break late Saturday, but a new snowstorm hits early Sunday morning will produce 4-8” of new snow, quality snow during the day on Sunday for another fantastic refresh.
There will be another break on Monday, then a new storm will move in on Tuesday with another 3-7” of snow. This pattern, for the next week, will provide a incredible and consistent ski conditions with several snow refreshes…you really can’t go wrong skiing on any day in the next week.
Larry Schick – meteorologist – Open Snow NW
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