VIDEO: Mountain Weather Update 3/22/21: Two Different Storm Systems This Week Across the West – Good Snow for Colorado

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Two different storm systems lined-up for this week across the West.

Meteorologist Chris Tomer 3/22/2021.

Possible Snow Totals by Sunday, March 28

Wolf Creek, CO 27″

Mount Rainier, WA 23″

Timberline, OR – 22″

Silverton, CO – 22″

La Sals, UT – 18″

Big Sky, MT – 13″

Monarch, CO – 12″

Brianhead, UT – 12″

Jackson Hole, WY –  11″

Alta, UT – 9″

 


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One thought on “VIDEO: Mountain Weather Update 3/22/21: Two Different Storm Systems This Week Across the West – Good Snow for Colorado

  1. I’ve been biting my tongue all season with JHMR reporting their season snow totals from their 10,450′ summit. Currently at 477″, with a 96″ snowpack, impressive numbers but…Their base depth is 31″ at Teton Village. Usually we have 31″ a little after Thanksgiving.
    Here at Mt Bachelor, OR the reporting snow stake is at our 6300′ base elevation. Currently we have had 358″ of snowfall with the base at 115″. Certainly more snow has fallen and accumulated some 3000′ farther up the mountain.
    I just thought I’d shed a little light on the disparity of info being shared about snowfall figures.
    PS: Alta reports from Alta-Collins @ 9662′ = 110″.

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