February 29, 2012 - 7:15 pmForecast


•Heavy snow just broke out in the Park City area as well as the Snowbasin, Powder, Alta, Snowbird, and Solitude resorts with 3 inch per hour snowfall intensities. Little Cottonwood is closing at 8:30 PM tonight so access tomorrow will be slow! If you want to chase snow my suggestion … Continue reading

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February 28, 2012 - 7:42 pmPowder Alert


There is a ton going on in the weather cave tonight and for the 1st time all season most mountain locations from Coast to Coast are going to see snow including Southern VT, ME, NH, and finally the Sierra gets another dose of 2-3 feet Wednesday morning!  Snowbird logged almost 16 inches … Continue reading

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February 27, 2012 - 10:41 pmForecast

Snowing at Alta! Updated Summary

Snowing at Alta and track still looking good for heavy snow in the Wasatch (11-17) and San Juans of Colorado. Snow finally breaking out over I -70 especially over Beaver Creek and Steamboat that is favored in West Flow Tuesday from 10AM to Midnight (5-9).  Vail might see 4-8 and … Continue reading

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February 27, 2012 - 6:51 amForecast

Weather Update! Heavy Snow on target for the Rockies and Sierra

This morning models continue to show a significant snow maker for the Southern Rockies (Wolf Creek, Durango, Silverton, Crested Butte) Monday night into Tuesday as well as a continuous fetch of moisture into the Wasatch of Utah!   Your best storm bets will be Tuesday morning with moderate amounts at opening and … Continue reading

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February 26, 2012 - 8:12 amPowder Alert


Highlights from the week include almost 50 inches at Jay Peak Vermont in the past 3 days where stormchaser Luke from MA chased it down reporting bottomless dense powder! Mount Baker in WA has seen 3 feet in the past few days followed by Stevens Pass and just over 12 … Continue reading

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February 25, 2012 - 4:58 pmForecast

BAKER gets 27 inches in 24 hours and it is currently dumping over the Tetons

The Northwest is on Epic alert with 2 feet of low density snow this morning for the lucky ones at Stevens Pass and especially Mount Baker!  Very windy conditions and heavy wind impacted snow is falling over the Tetons with approx 10 inches in sheltered spots at Jackson Hole where … Continue reading

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February 24, 2012 - 6:18 amPowder Alert


Warm moist flow in the Northwest today (5-10) will deepen tonight as snow levels fall to near 1,000 feet by Saturday morning (7-14 new by lift opening) and continue heavy through the day on Saturday bringing storm totals in the 20-25 inch range by late Saturday night. Epic Alert Hoisted … Continue reading

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February 22, 2012 - 3:54 pmForecast


Jackson hole was a maze of tram up, tram down, trip by trip heavy winds in the 70 mph range. Rain at the base and cream up top!!  The cold front will slam into the Rockies reaching Wyoming by 11PM and Northern Colorado by 2AM.  Winds will increase significantly for … Continue reading

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February 21, 2012 - 9:04 pmForecast

Snowing heavily over Vail, Steamboat and up in the Tetons! 9PM update

Currently snowing with mix of sleet at lower elevations in Jackson Hole (18 inches in the past 24 hours) with heavy wind and snow on the mountain and expected extensive delays on Tram and openings for Wednesday!  Vail mountain is seeing moderate to heavy snow currently as well as Steamboat where … Continue reading

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February 21, 2012 - 2:48 pmForecast

Get to the Tetons Now! Heavy snow continues for the next 36 hours in the 2-4 foot range by Thursday!

Just a quick update looking at the models, moderate snow, strong winds, and slightly warming temperatures will continue across the Tetons (Targhee and Jackson Hole Mountain Resort) until a cold front passes on Wednesday night. Winds will calm down after the cold front passes and bring lighter density snow behind … Continue reading

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