The next round of snow, moving through the west this weekend...
(Updated Friday, Mar 03 for Saturday Mar 04) - Saturday through Monday we see a decent storm push through from Tahoe to Utah and Colorado, with powder days in each area, Sunday for Tahoe, Sunday-Monday from Sun Valley to Big Sky/ Jackson Hole, and northern Utah, then Monday (powder day for some) for parts of western Colorado including the San Juan Mountains/ Telluride, and Aspen, Colorado. Winter is far from over...

RIGHT NOW (10pm PST Friday)... (please wait for the animation to load) We see the next snow maker for the western US dropping some snow across Washington/ Oregon/ Idaho/ and western Montana...
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Fairly strong and cold low pressure moves through the western US, dropping snow across all mountain areas of the west, and favoring Tahoe-Mammoth with 1 to 2 feet of snow between Saturday through Monday, most of this falling later Saturday/ Saturday night for a powder Sunday! Sun Valley should see near 1/2 foot or so Saturday/ Saturday night, then Jackson Hole through Alta, northern Utah, Sunday and Sunday night. Western Colorado starts seeing some snow fall later day Sunday into Monday, with a powder day for southwest and west slopes, the San Juan Mountains and north to mostly south of the I-70, including Aspen, then the focus shifts to the northern Colorado mountains and northwest slopes, with a decent shot of snow, maybe 1/2 foot or so in favored areas, on Monday. This is followed by a brief high pressure ridge and mostly sunny conditions into next Thursday the 9th, when the next storm starts plowing through the west, Thursday though Monday (13th), and we see a possibly stronger storm work through the west with another good shot of snow, this time possibly heavier. A few sunny days follow again, then another storm. This pattern looks like the norm for March, a few days of sun, a few days of snow across the western US, unless you are in the Northwest US, where we see mostly snow and less days of sun, for most of March it looks like. CM
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  • New Snow:0 in.
  • Forecasted:1 in.
  • Season Total:269 in.
  • Average Base:Unreported in.

Snow Potential: 1 to 2 inches of snow possible above 11,000 feet, and a trace of snowfall to 10,000 feet tonight