NOAA is calling for 6 -12″ of snow for the Washington’s Cascade mountains today and tomorrow.
“Six to twelve inches of snow is expected in the Cascades above 6000 feet from Glacier Peak north towards the Canadian Border on Thursday night and Friday morning. Those venturing into the backcountry should be prepared for this early season snow!” – NOAA Seattle, WA yesterday
Snow levels will be around 6,000-feet.
Over the North Cascades, the snow level will be near 6000 feet during the heaviest precip late Thursday night, brining the potential for 6-12 or more inches of snow above 6000 feet. - NOAA Seattle, WA yesterday
The summit of 10,762′ Mt. Baker has 43-64″ of snow forecast in the next 3 days.