April 20, 2017 - 8:08 amForecast

UPDATED FORECAST- UTAH AND COLORADO- END OF APRIL MIGHT END WITH A SLAM DUNK POWDER DAY

Update Light snow grazed resorts along and north of Interstate 70 yesterday with most resorts in Colorado reporting 2-4 inches.  Winter Park nabbed 4 while Vail nabbed 2 to freshen things up for the next storm on tap tonight through Friday PM. Quick update:  Models are still on track for … Continue reading

April 18, 2017 - 8:02 amForecast

CREAM CHEESE WASATCH AND TETONS THIS WEEK AT UPPER ELEVATIONS GETTING A REFRESHMENT OF TEASING WHITES

END OF SEASON FUND DRIVE- FINAL POST!  PLEASE FEED THE FACE SHOT BANK FOR NEXT SEASONS FORECASTS ESPECIALLY IF YOU SCORED POW.  SUMMARY:  4/18/17  8 AM MST 7-10 Inches fell from the last storm over the Sierra (Mammoth and Heavenly) as moisture focused south of Interstate 80.  Snow above 7500 … Continue reading

April 16, 2017 - 8:04 amForecast

THE WEST STAYS WET WITH TEASES IN THE SIERRA, WASATCH , AND EVENTUALLY COLORADO THIS WEEK.

Summary – April 16, 2017 8AM MST    END OF SEASON FUND DRIVE FOR POW!  Happy Easter Sunday everyone! I’m in the mountain bike mode posting from Boulder with my thoughts looking at the Wasatch for Wednesday morning if your desperate (6-8 inches) or perhaps the Sierra as 3 systems … Continue reading

April 14, 2017 - 7:20 amForecast

BIG SKY SCORED SOME POWDER THIS MORNING! THE SOUTHERN SIERRA IS GOING TO TASTE WINTER AGAIN EARLY NEXT WEEK AS STORMS CONTINUE TO ROLL OFF THE PACIFIC. THE WASATCH AND TETONS REAP LIGHT TO MODERATE LEFTOVERS

Summary-  April 14, 2017  END OF THE SEASON FUND DRIVE This is our final week of the season so please help feed the powder bank below! The Sierra grabbed our original forecast of 8-14 inches from the last storm favoring resorts along the Sierra Crest (Kirkwood, Squaw, Sugarbowl). Leftovers streamed … Continue reading

April 12, 2017 - 8:09 amForecast

7 DAY POWDER FORECAST

Summary 4/12/2017  8AM MST I’ve been struggling to find a deep morning over the next 3 days. Your best bet will be the Sierra Thursday morning where 4-8 will fall tonight and another 3-5 during the day. The Cascades could also be in the mix with snow and rain continuing … Continue reading

April 8, 2017 - 10:38 pmForecast

WINTER STORM UPDATE HANDCRAFTED FROM POWDERCHASERS.COM

Update  8, April, 2017 10 PM MST Snow is ending in the Sierra this evening.  Cold air is moving into the Wasatch with heavy snow falling over most mountain ranges from north to south (Powder Mountain, Snowbasin, Park City, Solitude, Snowbird).   Today I sampled a sneak up powder day … Continue reading

April 7, 2017 - 7:47 amForecast

CREAM CHEESE TOPPED WITH MEDIUM DENSITY FROSTING

Summary 4/7/2017 0700 mst I just checked the automated snow telemetry at Squaw at 8,000 feet and it appears that 9 inches has already fallen since the lifts closed yesterday (Temps are 26 degrees with strong winds). Mammoth is reporting 15-20 inches!  The storm is just beginning with the warm … Continue reading

April 3, 2017 - 8:04 amForecast

7 DAY POWDER FORECAST

SUMMARY:  Yesterday there was hope for a decent dump in Summit County as models shifted a bit north and West. Today the models show most snowfall headed for the southern and central mountains focusing on metro areas along the Front Range. Wolf Creek may see 7-10 inches but is closed … Continue reading

March 30, 2017 - 5:19 pmForecast

DOWNGRADE FOR THE WASATCH! UPGRADE FOR SOUTHERN UTAH AND MOST OF THE FRONT RANGE NEAR DENVER

The Utah system that originally had hope is steadily falling apart as models are trending less moisture for the northern and central Wasatch.  The southern mountains perhaps near Brian Head would be a good bet (6-12). Moisture is falling currently albeit light and warm keeping amounts near or above mid … Continue reading

March 29, 2017 - 9:20 amForecast

SNOW TO CONTINUE IN THE PNW AND CENTRAL/SOUTHERN ROCKIES

Summary 3/29/2017  8am MST Colorado once again squeezed most moisture south and west including New Mexico who scored 8 inches last night. Ski Santa Fe has had 32 inches in the past 7 days! Another storm is on the heals of this one with a similar track. Short Term Forecast … Continue reading

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