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Family trip all set and ready to roll. What do the experts have to say about the forecast? I obviously don’t trust the commercial sites and their predictions. Thanks!
Cold storm is going to come into the Pacific Northwest next week. It should hit on the 27th. I am not an expert with Canada. The models show some snow for BC including the interior on the 27th with good cold air. My only concern is that it is possible that the Cascades in WA end up with more snow as it seems to have a slight southern track. That far out will change on exact track so lets hope it stays north. Utah is going to get heavy snow next week (Early week). After the storm for the NW on the 27th might see some high pressure?
Light storm likely Saturday/Sunday for your arrival. High pressure beyond that for great blue sky conditions. Unfortunately no new powder beyond the weekend. Powderchaser Steve
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