Riding on the Fringe1 day ago Bob Ambrose
High-pressure departs Friday as the first of a trifecta of weekend storm systems enters MT’s western border. Lookout Pass, straddling this border with Idaho will reap the most snowfall through the weekend with at least 14” likely. Other areas across the state will see light to moderate weekend snow totals in the 3 – 7” range through Monday AM. Dirty high-pressure builds late Mon into early Weds.
Game Changing Storm- Quick Update From Yesterdays Details1 day 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.
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Deep Storm Cycle for the Northwest and the Rockies8 hours ago Alan Smith
A series of storms will bring much-needed heavy snow to the Northwest and the Rockies from Friday to Monday, though some areas will see a changeover from snow to rain during the latter stages of this event. The East will also remain in an active pattern with uncertainty regarding a possible snow event in New England on Sunday-Monday, while the Mid-Atlantic could also see some snow next week.