April 4, 2014 - 8:48 amForecast

7 DAY POW FORECAST

Spring brings surprise dumps due to orographics, warmer temperatures, sun angle and convection from cold pockets of air that can formulate heavy snows in a short period of time.  Highlights from the last few days are Winter Park (13 inches), Monarch (9 inches Thursday), and Mount Baker who grabbed 15 … Continue reading

March 30, 2014 - 8:03 pmPowder Alert

POWDER ALERT-SIERRA-ROCKIES

The Sierra was off the hook today with double digit rewards at most resorts. The winners were Squaw Valley and Kirkwood with 20 and 18 inches in the past 24 hours.  Kirkwood was deep as I nabbed 1st chair this morning on lift 6.  Heavy snow will break out again … Continue reading

March 28, 2014 - 6:25 amPowder Alert

EPIC ALERT- SIERRA SATURDAY-SUNDAY, POWDER ALERT WASATCH-SUNDAY MID AM

Brief synopsis. – EPIC ALERT SIERRA CONTINUES! POWDER ALERTS- ROCKIES Snow has ended in the Rockies this morning with many areas in Colorado picking up 7-12 inches. Silverton Mountain reported 12 inches yesterday morning and will be open Friday-Sunday for guided skiing!   Powder Mountain closed early yesterday due to … Continue reading

March 24, 2014 - 7:36 amPowder Alert

EPIC ALERT- SIERRA, HEAVY POWDER ALERTS- UTAH/COLORADO

EPIC ALERT!    The Sierra is going to get blasted with 2 significant storms.  The first moves in Tuesday night and peaks on Wednesday morning.  Temps will crash to the valley floors Wednesday-Thursday with lake level snow (5-9) and heavy mountain snow (15-20 inches).  Winds will be a factor late … Continue reading

March 18, 2014 - 5:40 pmPowder Alert

POWDER ALERT- NORTH CASCADES

EPIC alerts were hoisted this morning across the Tetons where 12-16 inches of blower fell from Jackson to Targhee. Only cat in the mix was WIND (rolls, and compaction).     Colorado caught good orographics from the very cold air and NW flow (Vail has at least 9-11 inches from … Continue reading

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