Cold Phase Delivered, Onto the Warm Phase Now3 hours ago Luke Stone
The cold phase of this storm cycle has delivered impressive totals so far, but we have now entered the warm phase. We will still add to the snow totals at mid and upper elevations on Sunday, but a transition to rain is expected later in the day at lower elevations. A second, and depressingly warm atmospheric river is headed for Washington on Monday and Tuesday before a transition back to snow.
WET SNORKEL ALERT- GETING DEEPER BUT WETTER.17 hours ago Powderchaser Steve
The epic storm has thus far dropped 10-20 inches in the Cascades, and up to 18 inches in the Wasatch, with resorts in Colorado reporting 9-12 inches. The heaviest dump is yet to come! Snorkel Alert is hoisted, but bring 2 pairs since the transition will be dry to wet.
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Deep Storm Cycle for the Northwest and the Rockies2 days 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.