Solspot West Coast Weekly Snow Forecast for 1/11/12

Posted by on May 11, 2012 in Snow and Weather Forecast for the US West Coast | 0 comments

The current snow conditions for the west coast show that (shocker) the Pacific NW just got another round of rain and snow over the weekend and early part of the week…while the Socal resorts mostly got the shaft with another several days of great weather but with the sunny conditions beating down on rock instead of snow. Goedkope Nike Air Max 90

As you can see on the National Map it shows that the latest storm just moved through the region, Fjallraven Kanken Classic setting up more snow for the Cascades, chaussures nike air max pas cher areas around Idaho and Montana as well as the Central Rockies. Of course you can also see that big ol gap caused by the high-pressure holding over the Southwest.

Over the next few days there will be a couple of fronts moving out of the Gulf of Alaska that will hit right around the Canadian/US border…but won’t do much for any of the other regions. Nike Air Max 2017 Heren wit About the only good news is that with the clear skies and lighter winds the resorts with top notch snow-making equipment have been getting cold enough night weather to make a few inches here and there.

If you are heading to the mountains or just want to see what sort of conditions have been hitting your favorite slopes, Nike Air Max 2017 Dames wit click the regions below and you will be able to find a list of the resorts in that area.

Alaska | Idaho | Nevada | Northern California | Southern California | Oregon | Washington

West Coast Long-range Snow forecast charts Looks like we will have more activity in the long-range…with another front hitting the Pacific NW on Monday.

It shows strongest along the Cascades but there is some potential rain/moisture for the Northern Sierras…not sure it will get to the Tahoe area but it may brush against it.

Socal get left out…other than a very weak front that pushes through on Saturday,

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