12 feet of snow forecasted for the West Coast, starting immediately

12 feet of snow forecasted for the West Coast, starting immediately

Believe it or not, the West Coast is slated to see an insanely huge snow storm, right in the thick of October.

According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), starting today and running all the way through Monday, Mt. Hood, Oregon will receive up to 80 inches; Mt. Shasta, California will see up to 138 inches; and Mt. Baker, Washington will get up to 140 inches. That’s upwards of 12 feet of snow…

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Photo: Kjell Ellefson

Other areas across the West are sure to see some serious snowfall, as well, so make sure to check out your local forecasts to see if October turns may be in your future. And if you’re on the East Coast, don’t worry; sounds like you’re going to get your fair share eventually, too.

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Courtesy of NOAA

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Related: 2017 Farmer’s Almanac calls for a sh#tload of snow

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