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Special Weather Statement
National Weather Service Seattle WA
302 PM PDT Sat Oct 27 2018

WAZ567-568-281200-
Cascades of Whatcom and Skagit Counties-
Cascades of Snohomish and King Counties-
302 PM PDT Sat Oct 27 2018

...SNOW IS LIKELY FOR THE HIGHER ELEVATIONS OF WASHINGTON PASS IN
THE NORTH CASCADES LATE SATURDAY NIGHT INTO SUNDAY MORNING...
...SOME SNOW IS LIKELY AT STEVENS PASS MIDDAY SUNDAY THROUGH
SUNDAY EVENING...

Five to eight inches of snow are possible for elevations above
5500 feet in the Cascades of Whatcom and Skagit Counties late
tonight into Sunday. This amount of snow may result in
accumulations at higher elevations of Washington Pass.

 

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@Alisse I'm usually stoked for riding deep powder this time of year, but I'm ignoring the forecast for a bit- headed to the Big Island!

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Just now, JasonG said:

@Alisse I'm usually stoked for riding deep powder this time of year, but I'm ignoring the forecast for a bit- headed to the Big Island!

That sounds amazing, too. Enjoy! There'll be a good base when you get back (hopefully).

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4 hours ago, Alisse said:

Enjoy!

Thanks, it may not be powder, but I think it'll do....vl2-1200x674.jpg

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According to NOAA Snoqualmie pass is forecast to receive snow by the weekend.  Maybe not a ton of snow right away, but...

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I heard they were expecting 4-inches at Stevens pass this weekend, but that's on top of zero.

Crystal mountain will have a couple easy/moderate runs open

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Didn't get any action shots, but the powder was fun yesterday near Steven's! Beautiful day, fresh snow, thick trees, views of Daniel and Hinman, fun people... Life is good!!

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