Pattern Change This Weekend2 days ago Bob Ambrose
Dryness under a ridge of high-pressure holds on through the work week, at least until Thursday. A weak system will move out of BC on Friday flattening the ridge and bringing a few inches to Lookout Pass along the MT/ID border. Some uncertainty still exists for Saturday into early next week as remnant sub-tropical moisture from the Pacific approaches the Northern Rockies. Measurable snow is likely.
EPIC ALERT- 2-4 FEET PNW-Northern Rockies-Cold to Warm1 day ago Powderchaser Steve
The incoming storm will be a complete game changer for many ski areas in the PNW and north/central Rockies. Epic amounts of moisture through Monday. The red flags for chasing are rapidly warming temps in the PNW and upside-down snow in the Rockies with AVY concerns. Ski Areas will be deep! Game On! This is what we have been waiting for.
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.