January 25, 2018 - 8:23 amForecast

7 DAY POWDER FORECAST- SNOW CONTINUES IN THE SIERRA WITH 12-17 INCHES BEING REPORTED THIS MORNING

Summary  I just got back from an epic 5 days in the Northwest bouncing between Whistler, Baker and Stevens. Steady light to moderate snow continues over the Pacific Northwest through Saturday before very warm air brings on the brakes to any chases beyond Saturday afternoon. The Tetons are going to … Continue reading

January 22, 2018 - 8:35 pmForecast

UPDATED CUSTOM POW CAST- SEVERAL FEET OF SNOW WILL FALL IN THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST IN THE NEXT 5 DAYS

1/22/17- PM FORECAST Trip update: The chase to Baker this morning was met with 8-11 inches of light density powder on all aspects as of 6 AM (Light Winds). An additional 10 inches  fell during the day. 1st chair spun around 9:45 this morning with what felt like 15 inches of bottomless pow.  Overall, this … Continue reading

January 21, 2018 - 5:35 pmForecast

BC NABS 100 CM OR MORE OF SNOW IN 24 HOURS! FRESHIES ARE FLYING IN THE ROCKIES WITH ADDITIONAL SYSTEMS ALL WEEK

Summary. 1/21/18. PM REPORT I chased from Baker (18 inches yesterday) to Whistler where over 2-3 feet of pow fell overnight. Snow continues this week in the northwest migrating a decent dump over the Sierra mid to late week and a good tease for the Rockies by Friday Short Term … Continue reading

January 18, 2018 - 6:25 amForecast

CHASE POWDER FROM THE CASCADES TO THE SIERRA TONIGHT FOLLOWED BY THE TETONS AND WASATCH FRIDAY/SATURDAY

Summary. 1/18/18- AM REPORT  Nearly every ski area in the west grabs the white stuff through the weekend with chases from the Cascades today through to the Sierra on Friday. The Tetons get a tease of 5-9 inches split between late tonight and early Friday with the Wasatch a strong … Continue reading

January 16, 2018 - 7:41 pmForecast

ATMOSPHERIC RIVER IS AIMED AT THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST AND SIERRA WITH LEFTOVERS HITTING THE ROCKIES

Update. 1/16/2018  PM Report Many areas of the west are in the line up for several periods of snowfall with a cooling trend and a moderate Atmospheric River.  The Seattle coast is expecting 20-30 foot waves on Thursday!  The week ahead looks deeper and colder finally with low elevation snow. … Continue reading

January 13, 2018 - 8:34 amForecast

7 DAY CUSTOM POWDER FORECAST. COLDER TEMPS AND SNOW TO RAMP UP IN THE WEST LATE NEXT WEEK

.Summary 1/13/18- AM report Significant snow has fallen over most of north/central Colorado as NW flow set up Thursday night and Friday. 3 inch per hour snowfall rates were common in Summit County where Breckenridge is reporting 18 inches in the past 48 hours (Mainly early Friday AM through the … Continue reading

January 11, 2018 - 7:43 amForecast

SNOW CONTINUES IN THE WEST! THE FIREHOSE MAY OPEN UP LATE NEXT WEEK.

Summary JANUAY 11, 17, AM REPORT The last storm played out as I forecasted with the highest amounts found from Beaver Creek (10 inches this morning) through to Purgatory (7-9) and Telluride (11). The Tetons and Wasatch scored 9-15 inches of wet snow where Stevens Pass reaped 15 inches of … Continue reading

January 9, 2018 - 6:22 pmForecast

ROCKIES UPDATE- WYOMING, MONTANA, UTAH, IDAHO, NEW MEXICO, COLORADO

Update The latest models are in agreement for significant snowfall to occur from Wyoming, Utah, Colorado and perhaps sections of Montana in the next 24 hours. The GFS is a bit more bullish than the Euro with my confidence solid for the Tetons, Wasatch and San Juan mountains of Colorado. … Continue reading

January 4, 2018 - 8:05 amForecast

UPDATED SNOW TOTALS AND CHASES FOR THE EAST AND WEST

Update  JANUARY 4, 2017 AM Snow is falling heavily along the eastern seaboard this morning with significant accumulations expected along the coast (11-17 inches outside Boston are possible). The models are taking a bit further moisture inland over New England which is good for many ski areas especially Maine and … Continue reading

January 2, 2018 - 9:53 pmForecast

WINTER STORM WARNINGS! FLORIDA TO MAINE! HEAVY COASTAL SNOW, 60 MPH WINDS, 12-18 SEAS

WINTER STORM WARNINGS ARE IN EFFECT FROM FLORIDA ALL THE WAY UP TO THE COAST OF MAINE!   HEAVY WINDS TO 60 MPH,  SNOW, 12-18 FOOT SEAS WILL HAVE SIGNIFICANT IMPACTS FROM WASHINGTON DC, NEW YORK, BOSTON AND ESPECIALLY THE MAINE COAST.  FREEZE WARNINGS ARE IN EFFECT FROM FLORIDA UP TO … Continue reading

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