Major Storm Cycle Friday to Monday12 hours ago Alan Smith
A big storm cycle remains on track for this weekend with a series of storms expected beginning Thursday night and continuing through Monday morning. This cycle will produce 4-day snow totals of 15-30 inches at Targhee and the upper slopes of Jackson Hole through Monday, which is great news in terms of building our early-season base. The cycle will start cold and end warm (upside down) however.
Ullr the Snow God is finally waking up! 20" by Sunday1 day ago Steve Stuebner
Well, Heidi-Ho, here comes the snow! Turning the page to December on Friday, three back-to-back storms will move into Idaho and dump copious amounts of snow statewide. Bogus, Brundage and Tamarack are all forecast to get 20" + of new snow by Sunday, while Schweitzer, Silver, Lookout, Pom and Pebble will get over a foot. An AR event Mon-Tues will bring warm air and more precip following the snow.
Game Changing Storm- Quick Update From Yesterdays Details12 hours ago Powderchaser Steve
The incoming series of moisture is still on track with significant totals for the PNW (4-6 inches of water). Decaying pieces of energy from an Atmospheric River will impact the Rockies late Friday to Monday coming in sections, each a bit warmer than the last. I have downtrended the totals slightly.
US and Canada
Snow on the Way for the West1 day ago Alan Smith
High pressure will finally break down across the West late this week, opening up the door for a series of storms to bring much-needed snowfall heading into early December. This pattern will favor the deepest snow totals across Canada, the Pacific Northwest, and the Rockies. New England also picked up some good snow early this week with more snow chances ahead over the next 7+ days.