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First snow in forecast as snowflakes expected in parts of Northwest.
Parts of the Northwest will experience an early taste of winter this week as nippy temperatures and a few snowflakes are in the forecast for the highest elevations of Idaho, Oregon, and Washington.
The National Weather Service in Boise, Idaho, said that light snow is possible above 7,000 feet, with a 10% chance of snow accumulation greater than one inch above 8,000 feet at high elevation peaks.
No snow is predicted for the big cities of the Northwest, such as Spokane, Washington; Portland, Oregon; Boise, Idaho; and Reno, Nevada.
The snow won’t be heavy enough or in the right places for ski areas to open in the Northwest this week, but ski resorts across the Rocky Mountains and Cascades typically open between late October and November.
First snow in forecast as snowflakes expected in parts of Northwest
Parts of the Northwest will get an early taste of winter this week with nippy temperatures and a few snowflakes in the forecast for the highest elevations of Idaho, Oregon, and Washington. The National Weather Service predicts light snow above 7,000 feet, with a 10% chance of snow accumulation above 8,000 feet. However, big cities like Spokane, Portland, Boise, and Reno are not expected to see snow. Ski resorts will have to wait a bit longer as the snow won’t be heavy enough for them to open.
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