Winter Storm Warning for Pacific Northwest; Major Snowfall Forecast

Weather map of expected snowfall in the Pacific Northwest region of the United States, courtesy of The Weather Channel.

If you are heading to the Pacific Northwest region of the United States, you may want to rethink your travel options as up to ten inches of snow is expected — considered major in this part of the United States — starting today. Expect weather delays as a result, as some weather forecasters are predicting that this winter storm will be the worst experienced in the region in decades and that travel could become difficult, dangerous or impossible.
Areas expected to be affected by this major winter storm include Seattle, Bellingham, Spokane and Olympia in Washington; Portland and Pendleton in Oregon; Great Falls, Missoula, Butte and Kalispell in Montana; Boise and Coeur d’Alene in Idaho; Salt Lake City in Utah; as well as portions of Wyoming, California and Nevada in the United States and southern portions of British Columbia, Alberta and Saskatchewan in Canada.
Areas located in higher elevations in the Cascade and Bitterroot Mountains could see several feet of snow accumulation.
Here are two discussions on FlyerTalk where you can keep yourself up to date on the latest news regarding how the winter storm warning in the Pacific Northwest is affecting travel:

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