February 21, 2018 - 4:14 pmPowder Alert

POWDER ALERT- COLORADO, NEW MEXICO. POWDER WATCH ISSUED FOR THE CASCADES WHERE 20-30 INCHES ARE POSSIBLE

Summary The Sierra is waking up with 5-10 inches for most mountain ranges through late Thursday. If you want double digits for Thursday, also consider the southern San Juans of Colorado. New Mexico could bring some surprises especially Santa Fe. The weekend looks cold with more light or moderate snow … Continue reading

February 17, 2018 - 7:47 pmPowder Alert

EPIC ALERT! COLDER TEMPS ARE MOVING ONSHORE IN THE CASCADES AND WILL SEND BLOWER POW TO MANY AREAS OF THE ROCKIES DOWNSTREAM IN THE NEXT 2-3 DAYS.

Its Warren Miller’s Memorial wishes!  Hit your favorite run on February 17th and share a photo #ripwarrenmiller on social media.  His desires were to skip a memorial service and let us rip the slopes on Saturday. This EPIC ALERT is dedicated to Warren Miller. I have chased powder for nearly 5 … Continue reading

February 15, 2018 - 7:43 pmPowder Alert

EPIC ALERT! CASCADES AND ROCKIES ARE GOING TO NAB ANOTHER 1-2 FEET THROUGH TUESDAY. 1-2 FEET FELL OVER MANY AREAS OF THE ROCKIES TODAY INCLUDING UTAH!

Update  2/15/18  PM report What a day!  OMG, finally the deep blower landed in many spots with my wake up call at 2:30AM pinpointing Aspen Highlands that took my chase from Boulder arriving way too early (7AM) after driving through heavy snow especially near Copper this morning on I-70.  Highlands … Continue reading

February 14, 2018 - 6:20 pmPowder Alert

POWDER ALERT- HEAVY SNOW LIKELY IN MANY AREAS OF THE CASCADES AND ROCKIES IN THE NEXT 5 DAYS.

Summary  2/14/ 18  PM  The next 5 days are going to be deep especially in the Pacific Northwest, Wyoming, central Montana, areas of Colorado, and even the Wasatch gets into the action by early next week. New Mexico will see heavy snow just south of the Colorado border with a … Continue reading

February 12, 2018 - 7:50 pmPowder Alert

1-2 FEET OF FRESHIES IS FALLING IN THE SOUTHERN SAN JUAN MOUNTAINS. THE 7 DAY FORECAST LOOKS DEEP IN THE NORTHWEST THAT MIGRATES TO THE ROCKIES LATE IN THE WEEKEND.

Update  7PM  2/12/2018 The chase is in the San Juan Mountains tonight.  11 inches fell at Wolf Creek today with empty slopes and decent coverage. Some rocks are still popping up just at or below the new snow surface on upper mountain. Don’t expect any markings or indication of where they … Continue reading

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