Washington’s Cascades came up with the biggest win for the weekend. 6-12” in Washington didn’t sound like much until we saw the above video. That video made it look hideously fun. It appears that the Cascades had a good week in general from Mt. Baker to Mt. Hood who got 7 inches today. Alpental was the winner with a foot of new snow and some conditions that looked epic compared to most the rest of the country.
WA SNOW TOTALS PAST 24 HOURS
– Alpental, WA = 12”
– Crystal Mountain, WA = 10”
– Mt. Baker, WA = 7” …but they’re closed Monday – Thursday
– Steven’s Pass, WA = 6”
NOAA WEST SLOPE NORTHERN CASCADE SNOW FORECAST:
Tonight: Rain and snow showers likely. Snow accumulation of 1 to 2 inches. Snow level near 2500 feet.
NOAA CENTRAL CASCADE FORECAST:
Tonight: Snow showers likely. Cloudy, with a low around 22. West wind around 9 mph. Chance of precipitation is 70%. Total nighttime snow accumulation of 2 to 4 inches possible.
It looks like it’ll dry up and get warm in Washington this week. Utah and Colorado are about to Light Up. More tomorrow.
2 thoughts on “Face-Shots in Washington Today: Up to a Foot of New Snow in Past 24 Hours”
it was good in the bc at Crystal.
finally, some love for WA. It’s been a decent season up here. today was sick.