Drier Days... Then Soggy Storm4 hours ago Mike Korotkin
A couple of drier days are still ahead of us through the weekend. We will see clouds over the next few days as the cut-off spins off to our West. By Monday a little storm could come through with higher snow levels and minimal precip, but could drop a few inches of snow. We are still looking towards a colder and potentially more active pattern around the 1st of March.
EPIC ALERT- 3-5 Feet In the Next 7 Days6 hours ago Powderchaser Steve
A series of storms will overspread the Pacific Northwest, BC and much of the Rockies peaking Sunday-Tuesday (Storm #1) with a continued surge of moisture aimed at the mountains mid to late next week. This system starts out very warm and windy ending with bitter cold temps. Snow continues mid to late next week.
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Deep Pattern Ahead for the Northwest7 hours ago Alan Smith
The Northwest may be looking at its best pattern of the season as a series of strong and cold storms are set to arrive. The first storm will arrive over the weekend with heavy snow for the Cascades, Western Canada, and Northern U.S. Rockies. Snow will spread southward early next week with Utah and Colorado scoring the goods, and the Sierra will get in on the action as well.