Category: Snow

Snow forecast next 8 days

Tomer’s Take Snow continues in MT, ID, WY on 3/8-3/9. Then snow hits UT, CO, NM late 3/8 through early 3/11. High pressure rebuilds briefly. Storm track shifts north 3/13-3/18 into the Pacific Northwest (PNW), British Columbia (B.C.), Banff Area, ID, MT, WY. Feet of snow accumulation likely at Whistler/Blackcomb, Stevens Pass, Mount Baker, Mount […]

Next storm system for the West

Tomer’s Take Next storm system hits MT, ID, WY first then UT, CO, NM between 3/8-3/11. This is a colder, more potent storm system versus the previous two storm systems. High pressure rebuilds across the Intermountain West starting on 3/11. Storm track shifts north into the Pacific Northwest, British Columbia, and Banff Area through 3/15. […]

Three Storm Systems Lined-Up for the West

Tomer’s Take 3 different storm systems are lined-up for the West through 3/10. The first storm system is the warmest of the three. The third storm system appears to be the most potent with the coldest air. It occurs 3/9-3/10 across the Intermountain West. Beyond 3/11, high pressure might rebuild. See analysis below. Infrared satellite […]

WY, UT, CO favored next 9 days

Tomer’s Take The storm track shifts south on/after 3/4 from the PNW/B.C. into MT, WY, UT, ID, CO, NM. This sets up a 9-day window with 3 different storm systems and major snow grand totals. The first two storm systems are back-to-back 3/4-3/7. The 3rd storm system arrives 3/9-3/10. The first storm system on 3/4-3/5 […]

Snow returns to Western ski areas after 3/3

Tomer’s Take Storm track continues to favor Pacific Northwest, British Columbia, northern Idaho, and northwest Montana through 3/3. Snow levels are running high at times. Yesterday the rain/snow line was around 8,000ft. Today is drops about 1,000 feet and then drops another 1,000 feet on Wednesday. The storm track shifts south after 3/3 and hits […]

Storm track hits PNW/B.C. then drops south

Tomer’s Take The jet stream currently favors the Pacific Northwest (PNW), British Columbia, northern Idaho, and northwest Montana through 3/3. This is technically a weak atmospheric river setup. Mount Rainier could see 3-4 feet of snow at/above Muir with 70mph gusts. Snow levels are running high. Up to 8,000ft in some cases. Snow levels will […]

Storm track takes aim at PNW/B.C./ID/MT

Tomer’s Take Storm track shifts north 2/26-3/2 favoring the Pacific Northwest (PNW), British Columbia (B.C.), northern ID, and northwest MT. Then it gradually shifts south on/after 3/3 to hit the Intermountain West. Said another way, expect a quiet period across the Intermountain West until 3/3 or later. I was out backcountry skiing this morning in […]