December 12, 2014 - 6:21 pmPowder Alert

LOW END POWDER ALERT SW COLORADO- POWDER WATCH- SIERRA TUE/WED

POWDER WATCH ISSUED FOR THE SIERRA- MID WEEK Cali is rejoicing as moderate to deep snow fell across a large portion of the Sierra range from North to South.  Most areas are reporting 12-17 inches with higher amounts to the north.   The even better news is that the long … Continue reading

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December 7, 2014 - 9:05 pmForecast

POWDER WATCH- SIERRA- WEDNESDAY-FRIDAY

Atmospheric River event setting up for the Northwest this week (Heaviest Tuesday-Thursday) with significant rain below 6,000 feet.  High mountain peaks near Baker, Mount Hood, Crystal and Whistler (7,000 and higher) will see dense snow up top (Significant amounts possible in BC).  A general cooling trend in the Northwest will … Continue reading

December 2, 2014 - 5:49 pmPowder Alert

5 DAY POWDER FORECAST

Moderate snow is currently falling over the Tahoe basin especially above 6500 feet.  Snow levels are fluctuating greatly due to trapped cold air in the valleys.  The bulk of moisture will fall from Mammoth (Heaviest) stretching north to Interstate 80 tonight (8-14 inches north and 10-15 south). Wednesday will be … Continue reading

November 30, 2014 - 6:22 pmPowder Alert

POWDER ALERT- CALIFORNIA- SIERRA

Light snow is likely tonight (3-5) in most of the Sierra  and Powder alerts hoisted for all zones of the mountain ranges in California Tuesday-Thursday.   Deep sub tropical moisture will begin impacting the southern Sierra after midnight on Monday and continue to stream north into the northern Sierra by … Continue reading

November 27, 2014 - 7:39 pmPowder Alert

POWDER ALERT- BC, Sierra, ID, WY, MT, OR, WA

Northwest/BC:  Sharp cold front is stalled over central British Columbia currently that will bring moderate to heavy snowfall to higher elevations tonight and Friday (Revelstoke, Rogers Pass, Fernie, Red Mountain).  Whistler will see moderate snowfall tonight where the Cascades get a final dose of rain with warmer temperatures.  That cold … Continue reading

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