Summary– December 13 -0800 MST As I forecasted several day ago, the central and southern mountains of Vermont were in the bullseye of a much needed dump! Up to 20 inches being reported at Killington, 15 at Mount Snow, and generally 12 inches from Jay Peak, and most of New … Continue reading
Powder in Texas! The southeast grabs 6-8 inches of snow with New England on our powder radar this weekend and mid next week.
Summary December 8, 2017 AM Report It was 80 degrees in most areas of Texas a few days ago. It’s snowing in most of the Southeast that will extend up the coast today and eventually into New England this weekend. Colorado got teased last night with up to 4 inches … Continue reading
Summary 12/3/2017 AM Report 8 inches is being reported overnight at Schweitzer in the Panhandle of Idaho. Web cams at Brundage (Not open) are up to nearly 10 inches. Heavy snow is going to break out over most of Idaho today and move into the Tetons this afternoon and overnight. … Continue reading
THE ROCKIES ARE FINALLY BACK IN THE LATEST MODEL RUNS- DEEPEST AMOUNTS UP NORTH WITH A TEASE IN THE WASATCH AND COLORADO SUNDAY/MONDAY
Summary 11/30/2017 AM Report Models have flip flopped with every run and show some hope for the Rockies late this weekend and early next week. It’s not going to dump any double digit 24 hour “Get out of bed now” amounts but the sum totals over 48 hours may exceed … Continue reading
Summary I wish I had better news for New Mexico, Utah, Colorado, Arizona with models initially this week lighting up with 1-3 feet that have all but fizzled over the past several days. The hope is gone from the radar! In the short term the Pacific Northwest will stay active … Continue reading
DEEP SNOW IS POSSIBLE NEXT WEEKEND AND EARLY THE FOLLOWING WEEK FOR UTAH/COLORADO/IDAHO/SIERRA WITH MONTANA AND WYOMING WILDCARDS
Summary. November 27, 2017 I don’t usually like to go out beyond 5 days as models are only somewhat reliable. Whats to like? There is colder air and moisture that will move into the west. It’s likely that moisture moves in somewhere over the Pacific Northwest quickly dropping into the … Continue reading
CHASE HIGH! DEEP CREAM IS BEING FOUND IN THE CASCADES WITH THE NORTHERN ROCKIES ON THE NEXT PATH TONIGHT
Summary Heavy wet snow fell late yesterday and last night over the Cascades. Snow tel sites show 11 inches at Crystal and 13 at Baker. Most snow at Mount Baker fell during the day yesterday where at Crystal it was primarily since the lifts closed. Temps are warming so expect … Continue reading
POWDER ALERT-CASCADES- STORM RECAP OF THE PAST 48 HOURS WITH GOOD SNOWFALL OVER MUCH OF THE WEST INCLUDING COLORADO AND UTAH. 6 FEET FELL AT THE SUMMIT OF MAMMOTH!
The last storm system was nearly perfect in many ways for the West. Heavy snow first fell over the Pacific Northwest dropping south into the Sierra before swooping east over much of the Rockies. The Sierra had some impressive snow totals with 30-40 inches at Mount Rose and Mammoth reporting … Continue reading
SIGNIFICANT DUMP NEXT WEEK FOR THE SIERRA- LEFTOVERS AIMED AT THE WASATCH AND MOST OF THE CENTRAL ROCKIES
Its Sunday morning and in the short term all eyes are on the several systems impacting the Pacific Northwest this week. Whats different from previous systems are a gradual trend for colder air and moisture to work further south towards the entire Sierra Range (Includes Kirkwood, Squaw, Heavenly, Mammoth, Sugar … Continue reading
Recap: After an incredible week of snow to start the month, where over 90 CM of snow fell at Kicking Horse, the storm track is once again aimed directly at the Pacific Northwest. In the image below, you can see one storm after another crashing into the PNW, bringing several … Continue reading