April 18, 2018 - 5:57 amPowder Alert

POWDER WATCH! COLORADO IS IN THE SPOTLIGHT FOR HEAVY SNOW FRIDAY/SATURDAY

April 18, 2018- AM Report I nabbed what may be my last day of the season yesterday at Snowbird.  4 inches on the morning snow report kept most folks in bed (Many have put their boards away for the season).  By 9AM there was a solid 7 inches at lower … Continue reading

April 14, 2018 - 4:30 pmPowder Alert

POWDER ALERT- SIERRA – 12-15 INCHES OF DECENT QUALITY SUNDAY NIGHT. YOU MAY ALSO SCORE DEEP FRESHIES AT MOUNT BAKER

April 14, 2018 Its been a wild ride for Powderchaser Steve in the past 3 days.  Thursday brought 8-9 inches to Snowbasin by 9:30 AM (I was in position) followed by an afternoon of heavy snow and wind at Snowbird (5-9 inches).  On Friday I scored 10 inches at Big … Continue reading

April 10, 2018 - 8:22 amPowder Alert

WINTER IS RETURNING TO THE SIERRA, CASCADES AND ROCKIES. LOOK FOR DOUBLE DIGITS IN MANY AREAS THIS WEEK WITH A COOL DOWN LATE WEEK. 1-2 FEET IS POSSIBLE IN SOME ISOLATED AREAS OF THE CASCADES AND NORTHERN ROCKIES.

4/10/18- The week ahead features a flip from very warm temps mid week to a gradual cooling trend for most of the west. Significant snow will be falling in the northern Cascades this week that works its way south into the Sierra for Thursday morning. The northern Rockies will benefit … Continue reading

April 7, 2018 - 5:58 pmPowder Alert

POWDER ALERT! CASCADES- COLORADO- 12-20 INCHES WITH SNOW AT UPPER ELEVATIONS

Trip Report:  Yesterday featured my first visit to Red Lodge Mountain Ski area in southern Montana (Gateway to Yellowstone).  If you ever get to visit this local resort, you won’t be pressured by crowds, and at the same time score some good terrain. While I did not get to explore the … Continue reading

April 1, 2018 - 5:05 pmPowder Alert

APRIL FOOLS NON JOKE POWDER FORECAST- POWDER ALERT- WA, ID, WY, MT

Update  4/1/2018 PM report 14 inches fell overnight at Jackson last night at upper elevations (10-midway).  Targhee only reported 4 inches this morning with our original forecast in the 3-6 inch range.  What happened? We were off significantly for the Jackson range. Bands of moisture got hung up in the Tetons … Continue reading

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