October 11, 2017 - 7:30 amPowder Alert

ATMOSPHERIC RIVER TYPE EVENT LIKELY NEXT WEEK IN THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST WITH MODERATE TO HEAVY SNOW OVER OREGON IN THE NEXT 48 HOURS.

The models have been hinting at a possible Atmospheric River event next week for the Pacific Northwest with several periods of significant rain and high mountain snow.  Several feet of wet snow is possible over the higher summits of Whistler through the period beginning Monday. Heavy snow will be falling … Continue reading

October 8, 2017 - 8:55 amPowder Alert

POWDER ALERT- COLORADO FRONT RANGE FOOTHILLS, ROCKY MOUNTAIN NATIONAL PARK

Decent moisture and very cold temperatures are currently working there way down from the northern Rockies which will intensify as it works it’s way towards south east Wyoming and most of the mountains from Fort Collins through the Denver Metro area foothills.  Light to moderate snow is currently falling over … Continue reading

September 30, 2017 - 6:29 pmPowder Alert

POWDER ALERT MONTANA/COLORADO-WYOMING -10 18 INCHES FOR MANY AREAS OF THE NORTHERN ROCKIES SUNDAY-TUESDAY. COLORADO NABS ITS FIRST DEEP STORM OF THE SEASON.

Cold air and significant moisture is dropping down from Canada late this weekend into early next week.  Highlights include northern Montana, north central Wyoming and Colorado especially areas like Steamboat, and Rabbit ears pass extending down to perhaps Vail Pass.  Northwest flow should favor spots north of I-70 where 9-14 inches are … Continue reading

September 21, 2017 - 8:22 amPowder Alert

SUMMER IS ENDING WITH A SLAM DUNK 1-2 FEET OF POWDER THAT SLAMMED THE CASCADES AND IS NOW HEADED TO THE NORTHERN ROCKIES WITH 1-2 FEET POSSIBLE IN SOME LOCATIONS

Significant snow fell over Mount Bachelor in the past few days where 20-25 inches has covered most runs from the bases to the summit.  Powderchasers was fortunate enough to be up there where locals were out skinning the deepness that was well compacted and certainly on the dense side (no … Continue reading

September 20, 2017 - 9:54 amPowder Alert

SUMMER IS ENDING WITH A SLAM DUNK 1-2 FEET OF POWDER FOR THE TETONS AND YELLOWSTONE. FALL STARTS FRIDAY!

Significant high elevation snowfall is likely from the Tetons through northern Wyoming and eventually edging into southern Montana late week.  Temperatures will keep snow above 8500 feet through Thursday before dropping to near the base elevations by Friday morning.  “We expect 10-18 inches or more at the highest elevations of … Continue reading

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