NOAA shows big colorful blobs over the northwestern corner of the country - that means SNOW. NOAA graphic.
A storm system moving into the Pacific Northwest and Montana could leave up to 4 feet of snow in the Cascades by the middle of this week. This means the second round of heavy snowfall this season for mountains like Crystal, Stevens Pass, and Mt. Baker. A few weeks ago, the Cascades received historic amounts of early season snow. This time, NOAA again forecasts high winds, temps well below freezing, and a 100 percent chance of precipitation.
The storm will likely continue into areas of Northern Idaho and Montana, adding to the already significant accumulation on the ground there. Bridger Bowl and Big Sky have 13-15 inches in the forecast by the middle of the week, and Red Lodge is expected to see up to 21 inches.
A massive low-pressure system is moving southeast, heading straight for the Pacific Northwest. earth.nullschool.net graphic. Good news for our friends in the Pacific Northwest: Snow is coming. A low-pressure system is moving off the North Pacific and is on a direct collision course with the Cascade Mountains. Most of the region is due for over four inches of rain, but higher elevations will see that precipitation fall as snow. According to NOAA, one inch of rain is equivalent to 13 inches of
Fat Bear Week's back, alright! Excitement is in the air; not only has snow started to fall, but we can now behold the gloriousness that is fat bears. Every year, Katmai National Park puts on a tournament-style competition on their Facebook page to celebrate the success and resilience of brown bears. The best part? It's up to us, the public, to decide who rules the Brooks River. It's almost #FatBearWeek but all we really care about is #fatbearbutts pic.twitter.com/Tsvr0SLYao—
The Gondola, unoccupied, fell 60 feet to the ground. Cantonal police Photo. A gondola crashed to the ground this Sunday at a ski resort in Switzerland. According to the Luzerner Zeitung, no one was inside the car, however, the 8-person gondola was completely destroyed from the 60-foot fall. As for the 50 other people riding the gondola in nearby cars, they were able to safely evacuate to the station unhurt. RELATED: High winds create a gondola traffic jam in Austria It is still