After a slow start for much of the Western US in terms of snowfall, snowpack averages are picking back up again.
The Pacific Northwest is seeing a well-above-average snowpack right now and has been having a tremendous season in regards to snow.
Most of Idaho, Colorado, and Wyoming are right around their average for snowpack, while Utah remains a touch behind.
The Southwest, on the other hand, has a severely below-average snowpack right now.
Snowpack averages for the Western US in December can be viewed at the bottom of this article as a comparison.
More western snowpack information:
- 11 Deepest Snowpacks in North America Right Now
- Current Snowpack on Snoqualmie Pass, WA is Deepest in 10-Years
- VIDEO: CAIC Director Explains Colorado’s Current ‘Once Every 10-Years’ Snowpack
- Colorado Is Experiencing Once-In-A-Decade Snowpack And High Avalanche Risk
- VIDEO: Utah Avalanche Center Forecasters Analyze Extremely Dangerous Current Snowpack
- Recent Mega-Storm Not Enough to Save Sierra Snowpack | Officials Warn Residents to “Use Water Wisely”
- Sierra Snowpack: What a Difference 10-Days Makes