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2.20 Snow Before You Go: Shifting Storm Track

A few inches of snow coming Sunday and Monday for the Wasatch and I-70 corridor, more for Jackson Hole and Telluride.

A few inches of snow coming Sunday and Monday for the Wasatch and I-70 corridor, more for Jackson Hole and Telluride.

Copyright: Meteorologist Chris Tomer

Weekly snow forecast by On the Snow meteorologist Chris Tomer:

The pattern starts tranquil early in the weekend with mostly dry conditions. Then, the storm track shifts and a southern track storm system moves into Utah, New Mexico and Colorado between Saturday night and Sunday. By Sunday the jet stream shifts into the Pacific Northwest delivering snow to the Cascades, Whistler/Blackcomb, Banff and parts of Idaho. By Sunday-Monday that snow moves inland and hits the remainder of Idaho, Montana, Tetons, and Wasatch.

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Tomer's Take for the best snow this week: 

Friday looks pretty dry, on Saturday ski Whistler/Blackcomb or Banff, and on Sunday ski Silverton Mountain, Telluride, Purgatory, or Wolf Creek. Bonus: on Monday ski Big Sky, Jackson Hole, or Grand Targhee.

Snow plume for Jackson Hole, WY.  - © Meteorologist Chris Tomer

Snow plume for Jackson Hole, WY.

Copyright: Meteorologist Chris Tomer

Snow plume for Silverton, CO. Most of the new snow is coming Sunday and Monday.  - © Meteorologist Chris Tomer

Snow plume for Silverton, CO. Most of the new snow is coming Sunday and Monday.

Copyright: Meteorologist Chris Tomer

 

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