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The calendar says that it’s officially spring, but the forecast shows that winter is alive and well.

Many central and northern mountains in the western US and Canada saw multiple powder days last week, and this week should bring more of the same.


The map above shows the projected snow totals for the next six days, and powder days are likely in Tahoe, the northwest, Canada, the northern rockies, and the central rockies. In fact, the northern and central rockies should see two storms – one during the early/middle of the week, and another later in the week.

If you missed powder days earlier in the season, this next week is your time to get redemption!


“A cold front will approach today pushing in snowfall later this afternoon into this evening.  Snow levels will drop below lake level as the front moves through.  The heaviest snow is expect during the evening, with snow showers lingering into Tuesday morning.  We could see 2-6 inches at lake level and 3-14 inches on the mountains.  The highest amounts West of the lake and lowest amounts East of the lake.

Wednesday high pressure builds off the coast bringing a return of sunny weather and highs in the 50’s through next weekend.  Next week we are still watching the possibility of a cold low dropping down from the North that could bring colder weather and snow showers.  Also watching the possibility for more storms the week of the 4th.” More details on Tahoe’s snow forecast.

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“The next storm will bring heavy snow to most mountains on Tuesday evening, and Wednesday first chair should be a powder day with 4-8”. Additional snow will fall on Wednesday, so expect great conditions through the day, with more snow possible Wednesday night in the northern mountains. A second storm will bring snow on Friday into Saturday, and I think Saturday will be another good powder day. Snow totals from now through the weekend could be around 15-30” in the northern mountains and perhaps 10-20” in the central and southern mountains.” More details on Colorado’s snow forecast.

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“Windy and warm today (Monday) ahead of our incoming system. Snow will develop early tomorrow morning in the northern Wasatch and spread south throughout the day. Storm day powder on Tuesday with good conditions continuing into Wednesday. Additional snow possible late this week and again early next week.” More details on Utah’s snow forecast.

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Northern Rockies

“Light snow and higher snow levels on Monday will turn over to heavy snow and snow down to the valley floors on Monday night. Moderate to periods of heavy snow will continue through Tuesday night before light snow showers linger on Wednesday and Thursday. Our next system will then enter the region on Thursday night and drop decent totals across the region through Friday. Dry conditions possible next weekend ahead of the next round of snow sometime early to mid next week.” More details on the Northern Rockies’ snow forecast.

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“There will be additional snowfall overnight on Monday night into early Tuesday. Plus, the snow level will drop a bit more, as cooler air rushes in. Expect another 1-4”. Right now, I would target Tuesday for a good day skiing. Whistler will benefit with possibly more snow, than anyone the next two days, plus a little lower snow levels.” More details on the Northwest’s snow forecast.

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“Its Snowing! A coastal storm is here and its presence is being felt throughout much of the New England region.

…So how much snow can the ski region expect with this storm? By the time the heavy snowfall stops (by this afternoon), many areas in eastern New England should see accumulations between 1-3 inches. With northwesterly flow on the backend of this system, the north facing mountains in VT and northern New Hampshire could see an additional 1-2 inches of snow by tomorrow night. Here is what the National Weather Service is predicting for accumulations by this Tuesday night.” More details on the Northeast’s snow forecast.

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For more details about the snowfall at your favorite areas, check the “Daily Snow” posts from Open Snow forecasters in Tahoe, Utah, Colorado, the Northwest, WyomingNew MexicoArizona, and the Northeast.

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