Snow coming later on Friday and into Saturday

Powder Alert 02-02 Groundhogs Day! THURSDAY: Increase in clouds for the day with a slight chance of a late snow shower near Mt. Baker; otherwise, dry. FRIDAY: Snow is likely for later in the afternoon and evening. The best chance of snow is mid-mountain; 1 to 3 inches. Windy at times. SATURDAY: Snow for mid-mountain is 2 to 4 inches, although several models indicate slight....

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Sunny and cool and a note from the GPOP at Whistler

Powder Alert 01-29 SUNDAY: Sunny and breezy (mid to upper slopes) at times. MONDAY: Continued sunny early with increasing clouds during the day. Light snow showers for the evening; the best chances north of Stevens Pass. TUESDAY: Chances of snow for mainly Stevens Pass and north. Perhaps some snow showers for Inland areas. WEDNESDAY: Snow mainly for Mt. Baker and Whistler. THUR....

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Snow and Cold coming our way.

Powder Alert 01-26 THURSDAY: Dry for the daytime with snow for the evening. FRIDAY:3 to 5 inches of snow during the daytime much of that in the morning. Snow levels start at 3500 and then lower to 3000 feet later. SATURDAY:Up to 2 inches of snow with snow levels at 1000 feet. Windy for the afternoon. SUNDAY Sunny, breezy and cold for the day. MONDAY: Continued sunny and cold for the day. Br....

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Saturday and Sunday Powder Days

Powder Alert 01-21 SATURDAY: Steady snow for later this afternoon and evening with the heaviest snow for late this afternoon and evening and breezy at times. Winds at 20 to 30 mph later this afternoon. 4 to 6 inches+ snow levels at 3000 feet SUNDAY: Additional snow early in the day of up to 4 inches with snow levels at 2000 feet. Sun breaks for the afternoon. MONDAY: Slight chance o....

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Lower snow levels and more snow coming

Powder Alert 01-15 SUNDAY: Snow today with the best chance later today and tonight. Snow levels are at 3500 feet early then at 3000 feet for Sunday night. 3 to 5 inches of snow mainly for late in the day and into the evening. MONDAY: Snow with best chances early in the day and snow levels at 3000 feet with 2 to 4 inches of snow. TUESDAY: Much of the daytime will be dry. There will be chances of l....

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When will the snow level lower? Plus, field report & what's rime ice?

From the GPOP! Jan 13, 2023 Hello skiers and snowboarders, Thanks for all your emails. I have been traveling a bit, with more to come. Skiing much more too. Forecast update for upcoming holiday weekend: Saturday- snow levels falls to 4,500 ft, 2-4” new, rain/snow mix lower slopes - still a tad grabby Sunday – better conditions, with snow level lowering to 3,500 ft, new snow (1-4&rd....

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Moderate snow early Thursday, moderate to heavy rain for slopes later on Thursday

Jan 11, 2023 Hello Powder Alert Fans, THURSDAY: Moderate to heavy snow early in the day. During the afternoon, snow levels will slowly increase to 4500 to 5000 feet, so moderate to heavy rain at times for the lower slopes in the afternoon and evening. FRIDAY: Rain for much of the lower slopes during the day, but snow levels drop for the evening. SATURDAY Snow levels at 3500 feet with 3 to 5 ....

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Two to four inches of snow today through early Monday 01-08-2023

Jan 08, 2023 Hello, Powder Alert Fans, SUNDAY TO EARLY MONDAY: 2 to 4 inches of snow at 4000 feet and breezy at times. MONDAY DAYTIME: Just some light snow showers early, then steady snow returns late morning or early afternoon. Breezy at times. MONDAY NIGHT TO EARLY TUESDAY: New snowfall of 3 to 6 inches with snow levels close to 3000 to 3500 feet. TUESDAY: Much of the daytime a....

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Windy today with snow through the weekend

Hello, Powder Alert fans, THURSDAY: Some strong winds this morning and early afternoon. 2 to 4 inches of snow at 4000 feet. FRIDAY: New snowfall of 4 to 6 inches with varied snow levels of 3000 to 4000 feet for the west, lower levels, and lower snow totals for the east parts. SATURDAY: New snowfall of 3 to 4 inches with snow levels close to 3000 feet. SUNDAY: Continue with snowfall in the 2 t....

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Low Snow Levels- Snow Later in The Week

Hello, Powder Alert fans, MONDAY to WEDNESDAY: Snow levels at 1000 to 2000 feet with chances of light snow showers with minor accumulations. THURSDAY: New snowfall of 5 to 8 inches; snow levels up to 3000 to 3500 feet. FRIDAY: New snowfall of 3 to 4 inches; snow levels close to 3000 to 3500 feet. Keep reading for details. Make sure you always check: Washington Department of Tra....

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