Daily Snow Forecasts

Alberta
A Bit of a Dry Spell
Updated 1 day ago Bob Ambrose
We’re entering a benign period of weather in the Alberta Rockies for the next week. Not much out there besides a very weak system that looks to move through Tuesday night that could bring a dusting of 2-4cm from Banff north to Jasper. The only thing of note, and it’s important, is an arctic airmass poised to invade around Friday that will put a slight chill on the mild winter we have had so far.
Arizona
Stormy Period Begins to Unfold
Updated 1 day ago Lee Born
A weak system will bring light snow to the region through the week. A much more potent winter storm looks on track for the weekend.
Big Sky
Fresh Snow and Sun
Updated 18 hours ago Bob Ambrose
Sunday night through Monday night’s storm dropped a respectable 7” on Lone Mountain and 6” on Andesite, 3” of which fell overnight Monday night. Now a crisp and sunny Tuesday to enjoy the stellar conditions around Big Sky. Dry weather sticks around through Thursday before a small disturbance rolls through Thursday night into Friday with 1-3” possible. Arctic air looms for the upcoming weekend...
Breckenridge
More soft turns this weekend
Updated 17 hours ago Sam Collentine
4 inches over the past 24 hours. Mostly cloudy skies on Tuesday morning ahead of partly sunny skies come Tuesday afternoon. Dry and mild on Wednesday and Thursday. Our next extended chance for snow will arrive on Friday, with heavier snow possible on Saturday and into Sunday. Colder storm likely around next Tuesday (1/26), followed by drier weather during the final days of January.
British Columbia
Snow for Northern BC on Tuesday, flurries elsewhere
Updated 16 hours ago Alan Smith
A storm will bring moderate to heavy snow across Northern BC on Tuesday, favoring the Shames Mountain region. This storm will fall apart as it moves south and east with only flurries/light snow showers across Southern BC. Dry weather is then expected for most areas Wednesday-Saturday before the next storm arrives on Sunday, favoring Coastal BC (esp. the North Shore) with low freezing levels.
Chase Powder
Quiet before the next storm late week.
Updated 18 hours ago Powderchaser Steve
Snow is still falling in the 4 corners Tuesday morning. New Mexico came up short with Colorado scoring the goods near Wolf Creek. Next week looks active for Utah, Colorado and New Mexico.
Colorado
Lots to talk about (finally)!
Updated 18 hours ago Joel Gratz
Monday brought additional snow and soft turns to the northern mountains. Tuesday will offer soft turns for some southeast and southern mountains with 5-18" inches at spots. Wednesday and Thursday will be dry. Friday might bring light snow to the north. Then a series of storms should bring snow to all mountains on Saturday, Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday.
Copper Mountain
Snow returns this weekend at Copper
Updated 17 hours ago Joel Gratz
Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday will be dry. Friday might bring a few flakes, and then the weekend will offer a higher chance for snow and moderate accumulations.
I-70
Heavy Snow Possible Saturday
Updated 17 hours ago Sam Collentine
Mostly cloudy skies on Tuesday morning ahead of partly sunny skies come Tuesday afternoon. Dry and mild on Wednesday and Thursday. Our next extended chance for snow will arrive on Friday, with heavier snow possible on Saturday and into Sunday. Colder storm likely around next Tuesday (1/26), followed by drier weather during the final days of January.
I-80
Chance for Snow Friday into Saturday...
Updated 1 day ago Bryan Allegretto
The dry pattern continues through Thursday. Then we could see light snow Friday into Saturday causing some travel issues. Then Sunday night through next week we could see bigger storms bring more snow and more travel headaches.
Idaho
Sunshine through Thursday; light storm coming Fri/Sat
Updated 18 hours ago Steve Stuebner
High pressure aloft will continue to bring sunny skies and winter-like temperatures to Idaho's ski areas through Thursday. The next storm is expected to move into Central Idaho on Thursday and move south through Saturday. Only a few inches of new snow is expected. Enjoy the sunshine and the groomers!
Jackson Hole
Tricky storm Thursday night through Saturday
Updated 17 hours ago Alan Smith
Tuesday and Wednesday will be dry, then a storm will slide west and south of Wyoming from Thursday night through Saturday, bringing periods of snow that could add up to respectable totals over time with Saturday offering the best conditions on the slopes. Another storm taking a similar path (with JH right on the fringe) is expected around Jan 25-27th.
Mammoth
Colder, Windy, & A Chance for Snow Showers...
Updated 1 day ago Bryan Allegretto
Colder Mon-Tue with strong northeast winds and the chance for snow showers. Sunny with lighter winds and slightly warmer Wednesday into Thursday. Colder with a chance for light snow Friday into the weekend. Stronger storms possible the week of the 25th.
Mid-Atlantic
Did Someone Say Lake-Effect?
Updated 1 day ago Zach Butler
Lake-effect continues around the Great Lakes and central New York during the day Monday as snow squalls in the western Mid-Atlantic dissipate during the evening. A weak storm system moves just to the north of the region on Tuesday, which will continue on and off lake-effect and snow squalls through Wednesday. The next weak storm system eyes the Mid-Atlantic Thursday with light snow possible.
Montana
Storm Exits / Enter High-Pressure
Updated 16 hours ago Bob Ambrose
A BIG shout out goes to Showdown ski area, nestled in the Little Belt Mountains about 100 miles north of Bozeman, where 24 inches of snow fell in a 24-hour period Sunday into MLK Monday. That’s the Treasure State’s biggest storm total of the season so far! Now, high-pressure will dominate for all on Tuesday through Thursday. A weak system Thursday night/Friday should bring 1-3” for some areas...
Mountain Collective
BC Storm Train
Updated 6 days ago Sam Collentine
The storm train continues to target the Canadian destinations. Big Sky, Jackson Hole, and Grand Targhee will also receive the goods, though rising snow levels will be an issue. A more active storm track for California, Utah, and Colorado should arrive during the final 7-10 days of January.
New England
Green Mountain Magic
Updated 1 day ago Jason Cordeira
Snow continued overnight and this morning with resorts picking up another several inches of fresh snow, especially up and down the Green Mountains. We've got two additional rounds of light snow likely this week with prospects for more snow in the forecast next week.
New Mexico
Morning storm update
Updated 18 hours ago Julien Ross
Northwest
La Nina takes a break, snowfall pause
Updated 1 day ago Larry Schick
A snow dusting is possible later Tuesday as a weak storm falls apart as it moves through the north Cascades of Washington. Overall, a fairly dry week is ahead, but there is a chance of minor snow again on Thursday. The weather will become cooler late in the week and into the weekend, with renewed snowfall on Sunday.
Squaw/Alpine
Colder & Windy...
Updated 1 day ago Bryan Allegretto
The dry pattern continues through Thursday. Colder Mon-Tue with strong northeast winds. Sunny with lighter winds and slightly warmer Wednesday into Thursday. Colder with a chance for light snow Friday into the weekend. Stronger storms possible the week of the 25th.
Steamboat
Snow returns this weekend at Steamboat
Updated 17 hours ago Joel Gratz
Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday will be dry. Friday might bring a few flakes, and then the weekend will offer a higher chance for snow and moderate accumulations.
Sun Valley
Bluebird conditions in Sun Valley through Thursday
Updated 18 hours ago Steve Stuebner
Enjoy the sunshine in Sun Valley on Tuesday with a high temperature of 25 degrees. Winds out of the North this morning will make things chilly, and things should moderate in the afternoon as the winds shift out of the southwest. There's a chance of light snow on Thursday/Friday, then sunshine returns Saturday.
Tahoe
Winds Tuesday, Light Snow Friday...
Updated 17 hours ago Bryan Allegretto
Colder Tue with strong northeast winds. Sunny with lighter winds and slightly warmer Wednesday into Thursday. Colder with a chance for light snow Friday into Saturday. Another cold system for Sunday night into Monday.
US and Canada
New England scores a good dump, next storm favors Southwest
Updated 1 day ago Alan Smith
New England was the big winner over the weekend with heavy snow totals reported from Saturday's storm. Over the upcoming week, minor disturbances will continue to bring new snow to New England resorts nearly every day, while a stronger storm early in the week will lead to a good round of snow across Southwest Colorado and Northern New Mexico.
Utah
Lots to Figure Out
Updated 19 hours ago Evan Thayer
A light refresh yesterday. We will be dry a cool this week until late Friday when our next storm pushes in. Snowfall is likely, although amounts are still uncertain.
Vail
Snow returns this weekend at Vail
Updated 17 hours ago Joel Gratz
Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday will be dry. Friday might bring a few flakes, and then the weekend will offer a higher chance for snow and moderate accumulations.
Whistler
Snowfall limited this week
Updated 1 day ago Larry Schick
Expect more clouds and a few snowflakes falling later on Tuesday, but it won’t be much. A cool but partly sunny pattern will evolve with mainly dry weather. Late in the upcoming weekend, expect the snow to start falling again.
Winter Park
Snow returns this weekend at Winter Park
Updated 17 hours ago Joel Gratz
Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday will be dry. Friday might bring a few flakes, and then the weekend will offer a higher chance for snow and moderate accumulations.