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Deeper snowpack expected for Rocky Mountain ski resorts in time for Presidents Day
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Deeper snowpack expected for Rocky Mountain ski resorts in time for Presidents Day
The same storm bringing a dose of rain and high-elevation snow to the Northwest into Sunday will push into Wyoming, Utah and Colorado just in time for the Presidents Day holiday.Those utilizing Presidents Day on Monday to get out and enjoy the slopes will be welcomed by some fresh snow at many of the nearby resorts.While 1-3 inches of snow is expected for the majority of the region that will receive snow, the higher elevations could have as much as half a foot by the time the storm winds down on Monday night. An AccuWeather Local StormMax™ of 16 inches is possible in the highest peaks of the Colorado Rockies.Travel across parts of Interstates 70 and 80 will be difficult as snow is expected to pile up on these roadways. Even secondary roadways could be slippery for the morning commute on Monday.CLICK HERE FOR THE FREE ACCUWEATHER APPThe majority of the higher accumulations will be confined to the higher elevations and welcomed by those wanting to get out and ski on Presidents Day.This fresh snow will add to the already near- to above-normal snowpack across much of the region, according to the NRCS.> A question often asked during this time of year is how the mountain snow pack compares to average. The answer for most of the west is above average. Additional snow this weekend in our forecast area will bump up those percentages. wawx orwx pic.twitter.com/pI7D0TKvjx> > -- NWS Pendleton (@NWSPendleton) February 15, 2020This storm will continue to spread snow eastward across the northern Plains, Great Lakes and northern New England through the middle of the week.As the storm retreats from the Rockies, milder air will return for the latter half of the week. The quick flip in temperatures may increase the avalanche risk in the Rocky Mountains following the storm.Keep checking back on AccuWeather.com and stay tuned to the AccuWeather Network on DirecTV, Frontier and Verizon Fios.
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