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

March 28, 2017 - 7:15 amForecast

COLORADO AND NEW MEXICO UPDATE

Summary- 3/28/2017 Here we go again! The pattern is evolving to impact southern resorts on the far western side of Colorado as we forecasted yesterday followed by a deep upslope event near Denver this afternoon and tonight. Silverton, Purgatory, and Telluride all nabbed decent amounts last night (7-12) so hopefully … Continue reading

March 27, 2017 - 8:19 amForecast

COLORADO AND UTAH UPDATE- THE CHASE FOR POW IS RAMPING UP IN THE WEATHER CAVE AT POWDERCHASERS.COM

March 27, 2017 0800 MST Yesterday I mentioned a significant storm that should set up over the Front Range near Denver by Wednesday morning.  Models are still on track for what appears to be a good event for both Utah and Colorado over the next 2-3 days. Snow will move … Continue reading

March 26, 2017 - 9:18 amForecast

THE POW FACTOR IS INCREASING THIS WEEK WITH GOOD MOISTURE MOVING OVER THE CASCADES TAKING AIM AT CENTRAL IDAHO, WASATCH, AND A DECENT AMOUNT OF COLORADO ESPECIALLY LATE NEXT WEEK.

Summary I chased from Utah on Thursday night and scored the 19 inch day at Telluride Friday. “How did that happen as it was not forecasted” Precipitation last week focussed on areas East of summit County as we forecasted however we also highlight areas west towards Beaver Creek extending south … Continue reading

March 23, 2017 - 7:03 amForecast

3 STORMS ARE HEADED TO THE WEST OVER THE NEXT 5 DAYS

Short Term Forecast Snow will continue in northern Utah today with levels dropping to 6,000 feet. It’s currently snowing lightly in the town of Park City (Have not seen that for several weeks).  Light to moderate snow will continue above 7000 feet today should bring another 3-5 inches into the … Continue reading

March 21, 2017 - 8:50 amForecast

SNOW IS FALLING IN THE WEST THIS WEEK! ITS GOING TO BE TOUGH TO NAIL ANY DOUBLE DIGIT 24 HOUR DUMP WITH THE EXCEPTION OF THE HIGHER PEAKS OF THE FOOTHILLS OR SKI AREAS CLOSEST TO DENVER ON FRIDAY

Summary – 3/21/17  8 AM MST  I’m frustrated this morning as snow amounts look deep late this week over the Front Range south of Denver and perhaps some good surprises in the mountains near Denver, Eastern Summit County and north Boulder County. The Wasatch should nail 12 inches through Friday … Continue reading

March 19, 2017 - 3:10 pmForecast

SPRING BRINGS IN POWDER WITH WATCHES BEING HOISTED FOR THE SIERRA EARLY WEEK FOLLOWED BY THURSDAY POW IN COLORADO. HEAVIER SNOW COMES INTO THE SIERRA LATE WEEK AND INTO MOST OF THE ROCKIES NEXT WEEKEND.

3/19/2017  3 PM MST SUMMARY:  The only spot in the West that has logged much snow this week has been British Columbia where up to 2 feet has fallen in the past 7 days. The Cascades of Washington grabbed cold temperatures and several 2-4 inch teases. Temps have been summer … Continue reading

March 16, 2017 - 9:16 pmForecast

7 DAY POWDER OUTLOOK

MARCH 16, 2017 Summary Jealousy is running rampant for those that did not chase “The East” this week. Jay Peak is reporting over 50 inch storm totals. Jay Peak has had nearly 450 inches YTD. That’s not too shabby! A slow return of snow to the West should happen next … Continue reading

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