February 19, 2015 - 5:16 pmForecast

POWDER FRENZY? WHERE TO CHASE POWDER THIS WEEKEND

I will issue a more detailed powder forecast in the morning. COLORADO – Complex system of 3 pieces that has me in a frenzy. 1st Piece of energy Currently the next storm is going to impact the northern mountains from I-70 North Friday (Noon) through 9pm. Beaver Creek, Summit County, … Continue reading

February 14, 2015 - 8:39 amForecast

QUICK UPDATE

New England will be under the gun this weekend as a coastal storm with Category 2 Hurricane winds brings 9-14 inches of snow to Cape Cod and areas along Coastal Maine.   Inland, expect 3-6 inches in Western MA, 4-8 at Sunday River and 4-7 near North Conway.   Areas closest to … Continue reading

February 8, 2015 - 7:55 amForecast

Short Term Forecast- West

Brief Synopsis: Heavy snow will be moving into the Sierra above 8,000 feet.  12-18 inches likely by Monday morning.  Cooler temperatures will allow snow to all bases by Monday with 3-5 inches at lower elevations. Monday would be the best day to ski powder and stick to higher elevation resorts.    … Continue reading

February 1, 2015 - 7:17 amForecast

WINTER RETURNS TO THE ROCKIES, GREAT LAKES AND NEW ENGLAND

Synopsis: High pressure has dominated the Rockies for nearly 2 weeks. This takes a turn for colder temperatures and a stream of light to moderate moisture aimed at the Tetons, northern Idaho, north/central  Wasatch, and Colorado. The Cascades will see periods of rain/snow mix with it’s best shot at heavier … Continue reading

January 23, 2015 - 8:04 amForecast

7 DAY POWDER FORECAST

New England will likely see decent snowfall beginning Saturday morning in MA and by late morning or early afternoon for areas from Manchester NH through Portland Maine.  Most snow will be just inland from the coast.  Areas south like Wachusett mountain may end up with the highest amounts or perhaps … Continue reading

January 13, 2015 - 8:34 pmForecast

HEAVY MOISTURE WILL MOVE IN THE NORTHWEST, BC, AND PARTS OF IDAHO LATE WEEK.

Very convective snow brought 15-20 inches of snow to a wide area of Utah on Monday (3-4 inch per hour snowfall rates).   That storm moved over the 4 Corners of NM/CO/UT/AZ where upwards of a foot has fallen in many areas.  Snow has moved south from Taos (7 inches as … Continue reading

January 8, 2015 - 7:48 amForecast

10 DAY POWDER FORECAST

This week brought heavy snow to the Tetons (Targhee, JHMR), Montana, Idaho, and a good portion of Interior BC (Revelstoke had 36 inches in the 7 days).  Snow densities were very light early in the storm cycle (Blower in Montana, and the Tetons last Sunday).  Warm air and significant wind … Continue reading

January 1, 2015 - 7:34 amForecast

7 DAY POWDER FORECAST 2015

Current Synopsis:  Arizona Snowbowl is reporting 9 inches where Taos and Wolf Creek have yet to receive significant snow.  Snow will move into both resorts this morning with 7-11 inches likely by 7PM.  Lighter amounts will be found over the central mountains near Monarch.  Most snow ends late this evening. … Continue reading

December 28, 2014 - 6:20 amForecast

On the chase

Quick update.   Snow is falling moderately in the Tetons as well as most of Idaho this morning.  Storm ski the north today including the North Wasatch. Monday should deliver the white room over the southern Wasatch including Park City, northern Colorado including Aspen.  My gut tells me Steamboat is … Continue reading

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December 20, 2014 - 9:03 amForecast

Quick Update = On the chase

moisture still a sure bet for the West!  Sun Valley looks to be a bulls eye late Saturday and Sunday.  The Tetons get their lions share of snow Sunday morning through Monday morning (Comes in dry and turns dense by Sunday PM).   Colorado Powder will be flying Sunday afternoon … Continue reading

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