DEEP MOISTURE TAP AIMED AT THE WEST NEXT WEEK!
Good moisture is currently falling over the Pacific Northwest this morning with areas in Oregon that will measure in the 12-20 inch range by late Friday. Timberline Lodge in Oregon is reporting 12 inches on this mornings snow report. Models show a warm up early next week followed by some very moist systems that could slam the Pacific Northwest mid next week. “Its possible that 20-30 inches of snow will fall at the highest summits of Whistler next week” We like the mid to late week pattern the most as moisture and colder air filter into the region. Models are also showing decent moisture continuing perhaps into the following weekend.
Below: Total snowfall through next Friday afternoon.
The Pacific Northwest including Washington and Oregon should reap deep rewards from mid next week through our extended forecast. Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming are likely to benefit with decent leftovers.
Below: Total moisture through next week!
Some models are dropping moisture further south putting the northern Sierra into the action as well as the Wasatch. Our bets are the Wasatch gains some rewards in Utah with a hopeful wish for the northern Sierra. Models this far out are sure to change so areas that don’t see snowfall on this map may certainly see a different scenario as we get closer to the event. We are very confident in a very moist pattern next week and colder temperatures after a brief warm up Monday/Tuesday.
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