3.30 Snow Before You Go - ©Meteorologist Chris Tomer

3.30 Snow Before You Go: White Room West, Northeast

Copyright: Meteorologist Chris Tomer

The storm track favors both the West and the Northeast for new snow in the next five days. Two storms are lined up for the West with heavy snow for some of the ski areas. In the Northeast, one large storm delivers heavy snow early in the weekend. A second storm possible next week. 

Northeast: A large storm system with moderate to heavy snow arrives on Friday and continues on Saturday before ending. I'm forecasting a foot of snow at a number of the ski areas, including Mount Snow, Killington, Stowe, Wildcat, Okemo, Sugarbush, Jay Peak and Sunday River. Saturday and Sunday will be great powder days. Dry on Sunday and Monday. A second storm is possible Tuesday-Wednesday. 

Colorado, Utah: Two storm systems are lined up over the next five days. The first storm arrives first in Utah on Thursday then moves into Colorado Thursday night and continues on Friday and early Saturday. Moderate to heavy snow accumulations at Snowbird, Alta, Sundance, Park City, Snowbasin, Loveland, Monarch, Silverton, Wolf Creek and Purgatory. The second storm system arrives in Utah Sunday night then into Colorado on Monday and Tuesday with moderate to heavy snow accumulations. 

Wyoming, Montana, Idaho: Two storm systems are lined up over the next five days. The first storm continues on Thursday in Idaho then moves into Wyoming and Montana through Friday with moderate to heavy snow accumulations. Schweitzer, Big Sky, Whitefish, Jackson Hole, Grand Targhee, Sun Valley and Bridger Bowl are all in good position. The second storm system arrives Sunday-Monday with light to moderate snow accumulations. 

California: Two storm systems are in my forecast over the next five days, but they are not huge storm systems and mainly just glancing blows. The first storm arrives Wednesday night and continues on Thursday with light to moderate snow accumulations above 7,000 ft. The second storm is much weaker and arrives Sunday afternoon. 

Pacific Northwest: Two storm systems are lined up over the next five days. The first storm continues on Thursday with moderate to heavy snow accumulations on the high Cascades and volcanoes. The second storm arrives Friday night and continues on Saturday with moderate snow accumulations. Light snow may linger on Sunday. 

Whistler/Blackcomb: Two storm systems keep the snow falling over the next five days. The first storm continues on Thursday with snow then dries up. The second storm arrives Friday night continuing on Saturday with moderate to heavy snow accumulations. Light snow lingers on Sunday. 

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