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1-3 feet of snow for Tahoe and Mammoth by Monday.

1-3 feet of snow for Tahoe and Mammoth by Monday.

Copyright: Meteorologist Chris Tomer

Weekly snow forecast by On the Snow meteorologist Chris Tomer, sponsored by Oakley:

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A southern track storm system will deliver snow to the ski resorts in Arizona, New Mexico, Utah, and Colorado on Thursday and Friday. It's a warmer storm system so seek out higher elevations for the best snow. A 2nd storm system rotates into the West Coast on the backside to the southern storm system. This is a slightly colder storm system. This one delivers heavy snow to the Pacific Northwest and California between Friday night and Monday. Tahoe and Mammoth are in for 1-3 feet of accumulation at the higher elevations.

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Tomer's Take for where to find the best snow this week: 

On Friday ski Wolf Creek, Purgatory or Silverton, on Saturday ski Schweitzer, Sun Valley, or Banff, and on Sunday ski Tahoe, Mammoth, Jackson Hole or Grand Targhee.

Jackson Hole snow plume: over two feet forecasted by Monday  - © Meteorologist Chris Tomer

Jackson Hole snow plume: over two feet forecasted by Monday

Copyright: Meteorologist Chris Tomer

 

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