Daily Snow Forecasts

Alberta
High and Dry / Snow Returns Sunday
Updated 16 hours ago Bob Ambrose
High-pressure will be the dominant feature over the Rockies into the coming weekend. Changes are on the way though as a deep trough of low-pressure off the BC coast is expected to move inland on Sunday bringing chances of moderate snowfall by Sunday night into Monday. The storm door appears to be opening for continued active weather through the middle of next week.
Arizona
Omega Block for Now, February Musings
Updated 11 hours ago Lee Born
Blocking high pressure remains in place for one more week, with chances several storms moving into February.
Breckenridge
Sunny Wednesday, Light Snow Thursday
Updated 16 hours ago Sam Collentine
Cold and sunny on Wednesday. Colder with light snow on Thursday. Bluebird skies and warmer temperatures from Friday through Monday. Snow returns on Tuesday, with additional chances for snow through February 4. Mixed signals after the weekend of February 5/6.
British Columbia
Snow returns Saturday-Monday favoring Coastal BC
Updated 1 day ago Alan Smith
A dry pattern will remain in place Tuesday-Friday with above freezing high temps for the Coast Range and below freezing high temps for the Interior. Back-to-back storms will arrive in the Saturday-Monday timeframe with Coastal BC looking favored for heavy snow while the Interior may see more of a glancing blow with light snow.
Chase Powder
Front Range Snow Continues- Next week still looks chase...
Updated 1 day ago Powderchaser Steve
Light snow has fallen as forecasted for most of the mountains of Colorado. Heavier bands approach between 7-10 AM for the Front Range. Snow drops south into New Mexico Tuesday night. Additional wave Thursday. Next week looks active but where?
Colorado
Snow Totals & the Next Two Storms
Updated 18 hours ago Joel Gratz
Tuesday's storm delivered 1-10 inches of snow with the deeper amounts east of the divide. Wednesday will be dry and sunny, then a storm on Thursday will again favor locations east of the divide with up to 4-5 inches. Friday, Saturday, Sunday, and Monday will be dry, and the next storm will arrive during the first few days of February.
Copper Mountain
Next Chances for Snow
Updated 18 hours ago Joel Gratz
Wednesday will be sunny, Thursday will bring a chance for light snow, then our next chance for more snow will be in early February.
I-70
Sunny Wednesday, Light Snow Thursday
Updated 16 hours ago Sam Collentine
Cold and sunny on Wednesday. Colder with light snow on Thursday. Bluebird skies and warmer temperatures from Friday through Monday. Snow returns on Tuesday, with additional chances for snow through February 4. Mixed signals after the weekend of February 5/6.
I-80 California
The Dry Pattern Continues...
Updated 3 days ago Bryan Allegretto
We are still stuck in a dry pattern. As of the latest forecast model runs, the next chance of a storm isn't until at least the 31st of January. The pattern could become more active into the 1st week of February.
Idaho
Bluebird skiing/riding through Saturday
Updated 1 day ago Steve Stuebner
High pressure continues to dominate and bring mostly clear skies to Idaho ski areas statewide through at least Friday of this week. A brief storm will bring 1-2" of light snow overnight to Sun Valley, Pomerelle and Magic Mountain on Tuesday. Otherwise, all quiet with no new snow expected until Jan. 30-Jan. 31.
Jackson Hole
Dry and chilly on Wednesday
Updated 17 hours ago Alan Smith
We remain in a dry pattern with cold temps expected at all elevations on Wed & Thu followed by a strengthening inversion with warmer mountain temps (and colder valley temps) Fri-Sun. A weak storm will arrive on Mon (1/31) with a possible shot of arctic air in the days to follow. A dry pattern is then likely to resume through Feb 10th.
Mammoth
Snow... On the Horizon?
Updated 1 day ago Mike Korotkin
A boring week weather wise as the ridge dominates the weather. Sunny, clear skies, and mild temps will be the story through Sunday. Next week the pattern changes but a major snow storm is not likely. There may be multiple chances of snow but all of them at this time are likely to be weak. Snow is better than no snow!
Mid-Atlantic
Potential storm continues coastal track
Updated 20 hours ago Zach Butler
A mostly clear and cold start is greeting the Mid-Atlantic Wednesday. A few light and scattered lake effect snow showers will dissipate Wednesday evening around the Great Lakes with a trace-2 inches of snow. Scattered light snow returns to the region late Thursday to Friday. A potential major storm eyes the southern and far eastern Mid-Atlantic Saturday. Let’s get into the details…
Midwest
Snow for Some Thursday
Updated 6 hours ago Croix Christenson
Snow for mainly Michigan resorts on Thursday before another quick shot of arctic air returns Thursday night into Saturday morning. Peeking ahead, models continue to suggest a bigger system is possible around the 2nd of February.
Montana
Some Snow – Lots of Sun
Updated 1 day ago Bob Ambrose
As of 8AM Tuesday (1/25), Monday’s Alberta Clipper storm system brought 7” to Red Lodge, 5” to Showdown and 4” to Big Sky, Montana Snowbowl, and Discovery. Another shortwave storm system will bring a few inches for resorts/areas east of the Divide Wednesday night. Dryness ensues Thursday – Sunday then a decent storm system moves into the region early Monday.
New England
Coastal Storm on Saturday
Updated 21 hours ago Jason Cordeira
Some light snow is possible on Thursday followed by a coastal storm on Saturday. Uncertainty in the track of the storm on Saturday is resulting in a forecast of anything from 0" to 12" across New Hampshire resorts with best odds of nothing in Vermont and best odds of something in Massachusetts.
New Mexico
Midweek freshies!
Updated 18 hours ago Julien Ross
Tuesday night's storm delivered 1-6" across the central and northern mountains. Wednesday will be a low-end powder day at Ski Santa Fe (6") and at Pajarito (6") for those skinning up. Overnight Thursday into Friday, a quick storm will bring 1-2" favoring the northern mountains. We then look to the first few days of February when a decent storm could be heading our way.
Northwest
Snow returns on Sunday
Updated 15 hours ago Alan Smith
Sunny and beautiful weather will continue in the mountains over the second half of this week with areas of fog & colder temps in the valleys. A storm will arrive on Sunday & Monday with snow falling throughout the PNW and favoring the WA Cascades for the deepest totals. Another storm is possible next Wednesday (2/2).
Palisades Tahoe
Chance of Light Snow Next Week Fading...
Updated 17 hours ago Bryan Allegretto
The dry pattern continues through Sunday. The pattern shifts Monday through next week, but the chances of any precip are fading. We stay in a dry pattern through at least mid-February. Let's take a look at the latest trends...
Southern California
Hmmm... Turn those Peddles Back.
Updated 17 hours ago Mike Korotkin
The dryness this week continues as it has. Temps will stay mild and Thursday into Thursday night will be windy with Santa Ana winds. While there is a very slight chance for snow I'm not buying it much. Next week does not look as promising as it did a couple days back...
Steamboat
Next Chances for Snow
Updated 18 hours ago Joel Gratz
Wednesday will be sunny, Thursday will bring a chance for light snow, then our next chance for more snow will be in early February.
Sun Valley
Brief storm may bring 1" to Sun Valley; bluebird through...
Updated 1 day ago Steve Stuebner
A brief storm front was forecast to bring 1" of new snow to Sun Valley overnight. Still 0" at the snow stake. Skies are forecast to clear on Tuesday and remain sunny through Saturday, with highs in the 20s to low 30s by Saturday. Breezy conditions on Tuesday should give way to milder winds later in the week. Glorious bluebird skiing/riding conditions!
Tahoe
Chances for Light Snow Fading...
Updated 17 hours ago Bryan Allegretto
The dry pattern continues through Sunday. The pattern shifts Monday through next week, but the chances of any precip are fading. We stay in a dry pattern through at least mid-February. Let's take a look at the latest trends...
US and Canada
Keeping an eye on a Nor'easter for this weekend
Updated 20 hours ago Alan Smith
The big story during the second half of this week will be a powerful Nor'eastern developing in the Atlantic that is now expected to track close enough to the coastline to bring heavy snow to some areas – though just how far inland the heavy snow makes it remains in question. Aside from that, a storm will move into the Pacific NW on Sunday with a round of snow for the Rockies early next week.
Utah
One Storm Early Next Week
Updated 19 hours ago Evan Thayer
Blocking high pressure along the west coast will keep us dry through the weekend. A storm will drop into Utah early next week and bring chances for snow to the state.
Vail
Next Chances for Snow
Updated 18 hours ago Joel Gratz
Wednesday will be sunny, Thursday will bring a chance for light snow, then our next chance for more snow will be in early February.
Western US Daily Summit
Final Forecast for the Summer 2021 Season
Updated 3 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
Next Chances for Snow
Updated 18 hours ago Joel Gratz
Wednesday will be sunny, Thursday will bring a chance for light snow, then our next chance for more snow will be in early February.