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it looks like the PNW along with the rest of the Northern US will take a plunge in the next coming week with snow levels droping in the PNW and British columbia around 3500 feet to the south into washington northern idaho and parts of montana and around 2500 feet in southern British Columbia and southwestern Alberta get ready :D:D:D for chilly temps and Major skiing areas like Whistler,Blackcomb and others in Canada and Crystal,Stevens,and Snoqualmie pass and others in washinton

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Wow really? 2500'? That is

Wow really? 2500'? That is bad for the Coquihalla Highway. When is it expected to snow at 2500'? All next week?

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Fall Pattern

Again, this is the fall pattern I mentioned. When it cools down this fall, besides a cool december, winter should feature above normal temps

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mainly for Tuesday- Thursday

Mainly through tuesday-thursday mst likley it wont drop to 2500 feet now but it still might but throught most of next week


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