Inland Northwest US - More steady snow still on the way
March 07, 2017 - 6pm Tuesday

There is a lot of moisture still coming our way, and a lot more snow...

As of 6pm: Checking SnoTel sites for snow amounts, and it looks like roughly 4 to 6 inches of snow, SO far (unofficial/ non resort reporting, but probably pretty accurate), for Lookout Pass, Schweitzer, Silver Mountain, Mt Spokane... All areas are looking even better by tomorrow with an additional 2 to 4 inches of snow likely, probably 1/2 foot more for Lookout Pass, to total 1 foot or more there. Southwest Canada; Red Resort, Big White, Revelstoke, are all buried also... White Pass in western Washington, Crystal Mountain, all getting hit pretty good.

FORECAST: Thursday night and Friday, another big shot of snow for the Inland Northwest as a strong and moist Pacific storm moves in, with 1/2 to 1 foot of snow across the region, possibly 1.5 feet of snow for Lookout Pass! Snow levels bump up to around 4,000 feet or so, for some dense and moisture laden periods of base elevation snow on Friday. If the water to snow ratio were not as small (1:8-1:10 mostly), we would be seeing even more snow depth.

The latest satellite and radar:
03072017_Inland NW(There is still snow coming our way) -CM/ Forecaster
Create Your Account

Registration confirmation will be emailed to you.

←Go To Login

Snowmass
Aspen
Current weather icon
↑43°
↓29°
Live webcam image from resort
  • New Snow:0 in.
  • Forecasted:0 in.
  • Season Total:14 in.
  • Average Base:Unreported in.

Snow Potential: A trace to 1 inch of snowfall in the morning