Deep Snow Before the Changeover to Rain1 day ago Luke Stone
Another round of heavy snow moved through the state yesterday before warming temperatures turned precipitation over to rain. Fortunately, this warm part of the storm won’t last too long, so the damage will not be as bad as the last snow to rain event. There is finally some signs of a significant pattern change toward the end of the month.
Alaska Epic Alert- High Pressure For The West- NM Wildcard Midweek7 hours ago Powderchaser Steve
Departing snow is still falling in New England where Whiteface picked up 10 inches! Stowe, Jay, and Sugarbush are reporting around 6 inches. The West dries out until perhaps Xmas Eve with an active pattern setting up on or after the holiday. Alaska continues to get deep.
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Relatively Quiet Week Ahead for the Lower 48 & Southern Canada8 hours ago Alan Smith
The first 10 days of December have been active with storms for the West and the East, including some nice powder days in the Rockies over the past few days. The pattern will trend drier for most areas this week once a storm winds down in the East early Monday. Exceptions include a mid-week storm for New Mexico, along with more frequent storms for Alaska and portions of BC.