According to OpenSnow forecaster, Joel Gratz, the snow forecast through Friday, March 2nd looks similar to many other seven to 10-day snow forecasts from earlier this season, where storms hit the Pacific Northwest, track down to or just east of the Rockies, and then hit the northeast and sometimes the mid-Atlantic.
This upcoming weekend, the storminess along the west coast may push east and bring more snow to the Rockies from Utah to Colorado. Calling for powder days in the horizon!
Looking into the details of the 10-day forecast, most of the snow in the Western U.S. should fall between late February through the first few days of March. After that, we can expect to see colder and stormier weather along the west coast with warmer weather east of the Rockies.
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