March 30, 2012 - 7:13 amPowder Alert

POWDER ALERT SIERRA SATURDAY/SUNDAY, LIGHT TO MODERATE AMOUNTS MOVE INTO THE WASATCH AND CENTRAL COLORADO SUNDAY/MONDAY

Crystal Mountain received 17 inches during yesterdays storm however strong winds and warmer temperatures kept the fluff factor down. Whistler has received over 35 inches in the past 2 days!    The Sierra will see a 12 hour window of heavy snow beginning on Saturday morning up North until a cold … Continue reading

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March 29, 2012 - 7:09 amForecast

Heavy snow headed to the Sierra this weekend, 13 inches overnight at Crystal and dumping!

Heavy snow falling over the central Cascades currently (Should be 17 inches at Crystal by lift opening) with very strong winds!   Snow will continue moderate to heavy until 12 Noon when things begin to ease slightly including winds.  The Sierra will see a cold front arrive Saturday morning (storm ski … Continue reading

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March 28, 2012 - 7:39 amPowder Alert

POWDER ALERT SIERRA, NORTHWEST, MODERATE SNOW MOVES INTO THE WASATCH AND COLORADO

Crystal Mountain received 17 inches during yesterdays storm however strong winds and warmer temperatures kept the fluff factor down. Whistler has received over 35 inches in the past 2 days!    The Sierra will see a 12 hour window of heavy snow beginning on Saturday morning up North until a cold … Continue reading

March 27, 2012 - 7:23 amForecast

Cascades to recieve several feet of snow this week as well as a good chance of the Sierra for up to 10 inches today?

Snow over the Sierra will pick up as the day progresses with up to 7-10 inches at the most Northerly aspects of the Tahoe basin by late tonight.   The Cascades saw up to 4 inches last night in the Southern sections however the main powder events will be Wednesday night … Continue reading

March 26, 2012 - 6:47 amForecast

HEAVY SNOW MOVES INTO THE CASCADES THURSDAY-SATURDAY AND THE SIERRA DUE FOR 7-11 INCHES TUESDAY NIGHT

Light snow in the Cascades today through Wednesday will turn heavy by Wednesday night continuing into Thursday night.  A second powerful system will bring another round of heavy snow late Friday night into Saturday.   Total accumulations should be in the 2-4 foot range by Friday night.   Snow density will be … Continue reading

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March 24, 2012 - 8:50 amPowder Alert

10 DAY POWDER FORECAST

After a very busy week with spots in the Sierra such as Kirkwood picking up an amazing 95 inches in 5 days and Snowbird ranking in 42 inches of light fluff last weekend the weather pattern this week will remain wet in the Northwest and Sierra however amounts will be light … Continue reading

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March 21, 2012 - 6:50 amForecast

12 inches in the Northwest in the past 24 hours and high pressure over the Rockies breaks down by Monday

Most of the Northwest resorts have recorded 9-12 inches since noon yesterday and cold temperatures are bringing great quality snow to most resorts there!  High pressure over the Rockies breaks down over the Sierra by this weekend (Light to moderate snow) and migrates over the Wasatch by Monday

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March 18, 2012 - 8:07 amPowder Alert

EPIC ALERT- WASATCH, SOUTHERN SAN JUANS, AND AREAS OF NORTHERN AZ AND NM

Just looking at snow data this morning finding 12 inches overnight at Alta/Snowbird, 60 inch storm totals at Kirkwood (Last 2-3 days), and up to 10 inches at Park City where snow is falling heavily.  Temperatures were very warm under SW flow last night so early powder seekers in the … Continue reading

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March 14, 2012 - 3:31 pmPowder Alert

HEAVY POWDER ALERT- SIERRA, WASATCH, TETONS,SAWTOOTHS

POWDER is going to reach epic proportions in many areas with up to 6 Feet expected in the Southern Sierra (Has Mammoth even had a 2 foot dump all season?) as well as 3-4 feet on top of 16 inches that fell last night in the Tahoe basin.  up to 20 inches likely … Continue reading

March 12, 2012 - 8:09 amForecast

CASCADES AND THE SIERRA ON TAP FOR HEAVY SNOW

The latest models are intact for the Sierra this week and especially this weekend as colder air works in for better density snow and very deep by Saturday afternoon.  Heavy snow will break out late on Tuesday into Wednesday however only high elevation amounts and a rain/snow mix at lake … Continue reading

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