Heavy moisture streaming into the Pacific Northwest will drop south into the Sierra by early Thursday morning. Snow levels will lower to 5,000 feet late Thursday/Friday with 4-8 inches at Lake Level and 9-14 inches above 7,000 feet. Strong winds will precede the front early Thursday. Snow showers will … Continue reading
November 29, 2015- 0900 Synopsis: Final pieces of energy are streaming into the 4 corners from a storm that dumped 19 inches at Wolf Creek since Thursday. They are just 3 inches shy of 100 inches YTD. That should be met with a final piece of energy that comes in … Continue reading
Synopsis: Storm system is just now entering California with heavy snow also lighting up the radar near Elko Nevada. That system has lots of cold air and energy that will dump 8-11 inches tonight and tomorrow morning over the Sierra. Higher amounts will be likely at Crest level (9-15). … Continue reading
SYNOPSIS: Significant snow fell last week over interior BC with Lake Louise Ski Resort nabbing an amazing 56 inches in 7 days! . Kicking Horse had similar amounts followed by Revelstoke at 30 inches. Colorado had a deep week especially Loveland (20-30 inches in the past 7 days), followed by … Continue reading
Steady light to moderate snow will develop tonight over northern Montana and central Idaho with several inches of accumulations by Wednesday morning (3-7). Light snow will also move into the Tetons tonight and Wednesday before decreasing late. Snow will pick up again on Thursday under NW flow bringing another … Continue reading
STOKE ALERT! Hurricane Ridge is one of 3 remaining in the National Park System. Rare event has trapped colder air further towards the Coast where even at lower elevations significant snowfall is occurring. They are not open currently but this looks pretty tasty!
RARE EVENT FOR THE OLYMPICS OF WASHINGTON STATE! Hurricane Ridge would tie a record for top 5 snowfalls on record for the Olympic Peninsula. Hurricane Ridge is the furthest west ski area in the United States.
URGENT – WINTER WEATHER MESSAGE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SEATTLE WA
311 PM PST FRI NOV 13 2015
…MAJOR SNOWSTORM FOR THE HURRICANE RIDGE AREA IN OLYMPIC
NATIONAL PARK IS POSSIBLE…
311 PM PST FRI NOV 13 2015
…WINTER STORM WATCH IN EFFECT FROM LATE TONIGHT THROUGH SUNDAY
THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN SEATTLE HAS ISSUED A WINTER STORM
WATCH…WHICH IS IN EFFECT FROM LATE TONIGHT THROUGH SUNDAY MORNING.
* SOME AFFECTED LOCATIONS…HURRICANE RIDGE.
* TIMING…LIGHT SNOW WILL BEGIN ON SATURDAY MORNING. SNOW WILL
BECOME INTENSE AND HEAVY ON SATURDAY NIGHT. THEN SNOWFALL WILL
TAPER OFF ON SUNDAY.
* SNOW LEVEL…3500 FEET ON SATURDAY…FALLING TO 2000 FEET LATE
* SNOW ACCUMULATIONS…20 TO 32 INCHES OF SNOW IS FORECAST FOR
HURRICANE RIDGE. A 30-INCH SNOW WOULD BE IN THE TOP 5 SINGLE-
STORM SNOWS OF RECORD AT HURRICANE RIDGE…ACCORDING TO THE
NORTHWEST AVALANCHE CENTER.
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In our 7 day outlook models showed distinct trends towards moisture aimed at the Pacific Northwest and northern Rockies. Light snow has been falling over a good portion of northern and central Colorado over the past few days as well as the Tetons (Lighter amounts). Most snowfall has been above … Continue reading
Stoke Factor: A very exciting 3 days brought decent snowfall to many areas of New Mexico and Colorado where up to 20 inches of wet snow fell at Wolf Creek . Upper elevations of Taos looked impressive as well however no official reports have been released. Next on the list is … Continue reading