Quick updates are usually broadcasted while in chase mode. Today featured a glimmer of hope for Mammoth to open upper mountain (1-2 feet of blower) where skies went “bluebird” by 10 AM. That opened up hope as patrol began extensive avalanche mitigation on the upper mountain. The line at the … Continue reading
COAST TO COAST POWDER! 3-6 FEET for the Sierra, 1-2 Feet New England. Leftovers aimed at the Rockies.
Summary New England is about to get hammered with POWDAH with the heaviest amounts south and east. The California storm is strengthening and will blast most of the Sierra with 3-6 feet if not more between Tuesday and Saturday. The rest of the West is on the wildcard list … Continue reading
Summary 3/6/18 March rolled in with a bang for much of the west, with the East on tap for significant snow mid week. Moderate to occasionally heavy snow is due for the Cascades by late Thursday that eventually teases the Rockies this weekend. The extended looks deep for the Sierra … Continue reading
Summary. 1/1/2018 AM Moderate snow is falling over the northern Sierra currently that will enhance during Thursday-Friday. Significant snow is still on my radar for central and southern Idaho where 2 feet is likely for Sun Valley and points into the Sawtooth’s. Action pushes into the Tetons and Northern Utah … Continue reading
Summary 2/27/17 AM It’s snowing as far south as Big Bear Ski (7 inches overnight) area this morning in Southern California, with significant snow expected for most of the Sierra later this week. The Cascades, areas of Idaho, and most of Utah will see decent dumps this week. Wyoming is … Continue reading