The snow dances are paying off. A snow storm is moving across the Pacific Northwest, British Columbia, Northern California, Idaho, Montana, Wyoming and parts of Colorado throughout the weekend. NOAA is reporting that Wyoming will likely reap the most benefits from the storm and could see up to six inches by Monday morning. forecasters are calling for 3-plus inches at Mt. Bachelor, Oregon. and 1-3 inches at California’s Squaw, Mammoth and Heavenly Saturday into Saturday night. Colorado forecaster, Joel Gratz, is calling for 1-4 inches Sunday into Monday into areas around Aspen and north of 1-70 and Steamboat. The snowline could be as low at 7,000 feet.

NOAA forecast Oct. 24, 2014
NOAA is forecasting 3-6 inches of snow for Wyoming’s western mountains, including Jackson Hole.



















In fact, Canada’s Whistler Blackcomb and Lake Louise have already seen some flakes.


We found this beautiful view on our web cams this morning #WinterIsComing #Snow #WBSnowready

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