Late-week storm delivers up to 12"; next round 6-8" in N. ID1 day ago Steve Stuebner
The Thurs.-Fri. storm brought a much-needed cool-down and up to 12" of new snow in multiple locations statewide. Silver Mountain has a foot of new for a *pow* day on Saturday AM, while there's 6" of new at Lookout and Schweitzer. The next round of precip is expected to bring 6-8" Sat. PM in N. Idaho, up to 10" at Brundage, 6" at Tam, and lesser amounts at Bogus, Sun Valley, Pom and Pebble.
Deep and Wet PNW, Alaska Is Going Off-High Pressure For The West7 hours ago Powderchaser Steve
It's snowing heavily in the central and northern Cascades of Washington with temps rising. The Rockies are scoring terrain openings, especially WY, UT, and Colorado. PMW moisture moves over Idaho and Wyoming and to some extent southern MT. Alaska is getting crushed.
US and Canada
Snow for the Rockies Including Deep Totals in Canada2 days ago Alan Smith
A powerful storm produced deep snow totals at Banff and Lake Louise this week with moderate totals for the BC Powder Highway. The storm is now working its way through the U.S. Rockies late this week. Heavy snow fell in the Northern Rockies on Thursday and will spread into Utah and Colorado on Friday. Next week is looking dry for most areas, except for Alaska which will see heavy snow.