Western US Weekend Outlook - Updated for Monday, March 02, 2015
The coming weekend, 6-8 March), we expect light to moderate snow for the Washington Cascades and northern Rocky Mountains (including north Idaho, Wyoming, and Montana), dropping into Colorado, mostly dry and cold, light powder as this system is dropping in from out of Canada with cold air dragged in behind it. Utah does not stand much chance of seeing any snow. The rest of the western US, including Tahoe-Mammoth and the southwest US, look dry. CM please see the detail in the long range forecast below.
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7 day to 2 week+ forecast (since 1998) - 07 to 17 March, 2015 - WESTERN US: Saturday and Sunday (7-8th) we expect light to moderate snow for the northern Rocky Mountains, north Idaho/ Montana/ Wyoming, but dry for the rest of the western US, including SoCal and the southwest US, Tahoe-Mammoth and the WA/ OR Cascade Mountains, and into southwest Canada. Following this, by the 10th/ 11th, a Pacific storm moves into the western US, with mountain snow and valley rain.
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