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Snowpack I-90 (Summit) Mt Hood Meadows Schweitzer Ski Whitefish Blackcomb Lake Louise Squaw Valley
Jet Stream Crystal Mountain Ski Bowl Brundage Showdown Big White Sunshine Village June Mountain
Infrared Sat Stevens Pass Mt Bachelor Bogus Basin Sun Peaks Rabbit Hill Snow Summit
Water Vapor Sat White Pass Hoodoo Bowl Tamarack Red Mountain Marmot Basin Mt Baldy
Visible Light Sat Mission Ridge Anthony Lakes Silver Mountain Apex Norquay
Radar Loop Sun Mountain Willamette Pass Lookout Pass Hemlock Valley
WA Pass Reports Mt Baker Mt Ashland Silver Star
Backcountry Mt St Helens Highway 3
Hwy 2 Corridor Alpental Highway 99
I90 Corridor Snoqualmie Summit Mt Washington
Sitzmark Fernie
Loup Loup Mt Baldy
49° North Panorama
Bluewood Cypress Mtn
Mt Spokane Kelowna
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Localsnow.com and localsnow.org provide live camera feeds and links to area ski resorts, highway departments, mountain weather data and forecasts. With the high altitude jet stream constantly modulating the air flow across our mountain ranges we need to stay informed, lest we find ourselves featured on the Disaster News Channel. May to November can be unpredictable in the Pacific Northwes. Even with summer hiking, mountain biking, camping or rock climbing, it could be important to know trail conditions. These can change in a matter of hours, especially at elevation. Some trails in the spring are closed until mid June. We are fortunate that the US Forest Service is using visitor feedback to keep the online information up to date.

Localsnow.org seeks to cover the so-called Pacific Northwest region, which includes the Cascade and Olympic Mountain ranges of Washington, Oregon, British Columbia, the Northern Sierra of California and the northern extent of the Rocky Mountain range as it crosses the border from Idaho and Montana into British Columbia and Alberta.