Parts Of The Cascades To Get 3 Feet of Snow Next Few Days
A potent storm system is on the way to the Pacific Northwest. This storm will bring several rounds of rain and snow beginning early Tuesday morning and lingering into Wednesday.
The first round of snow will dump close to a foot of snow over the next 36 hours.
As one storm system exits the region, another will be right behind it and with freezing levels staying low, parts of the Cascades can expect accumulating snow to begin quickly as the next storm moves in by late week. Winter Weather Alerts are already in place for much of Washington state, Idaho, Oregon and Montana.
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Places like Mount Baker in Northern Washington state are likely to receive 36+ inches of snow over the course of the next 4-5 days.
Meteorologist Merry Matthews