Hello skiers and snowboarders,
The recent rain and warm temperatures have reduced our snowpack (map above) for much of the West Cascades snowpack. The snowpack is close to 53% of normal in the north to 75% in the south. However, the Central and North parts of the East Cascades have fared better with 70 to 80% of normal.
During the day on Thursday, snow levels will slowly lower and by Friday levels are close to 4000 feet. For Friday and early Saturday, we are expecting light snow. Here is the cumulative total for Friday into early Saturday: Stevens Pass is expecting 4 inches and Snoqualmie Pass is close to 2 inches for the higher slopes.
Then for later on Saturday and into early Sunday, the best chances of snow will be for the inland areas and Silver Mountain should get up to 4 inches.