February 19, 2018 - 4:16 pmUTAH JUST GOT THE DUMP THEY WERE WAITING FOR! EVERY RESORT IN NORTHERN UTAH NABBED DOUBLE DIGITS WITH SOME 2 FOOT TOTALS BY TUESDAY

UTAH JUST GOT THE DUMP THEY WERE WAITING FOR! EVERY RESORT IN NORTHERN UTAH NABBED DOUBLE DIGITS WITH SOME 2 FOOT TOTALS BY TUESDAY

If you went to bed early last night in northern Utah only a couple of inches had fallen at many resorts as of 7PM. That was a different story 12 hours later when you woke up to 18 inches of blower pow in the Cottonwoods,  and nearly a foot at … Continue reading

January 26, 2018 - 1:29 pmMOUNT BAKER JUST NABBED 8 STRAIGHT DOUBLE DIGIT POWDER DAYS ADDING UP TO A WHOMPING 133 INCHES

MOUNT BAKER JUST NABBED 8 STRAIGHT DOUBLE DIGIT POWDER DAYS ADDING UP TO A WHOMPING 133 INCHES

Above: Mount Baker Highway The Pacific Northwest has been hammered in the past week with feet and feet of freshies.  This all started with an atmospheric river from the Hawaiian islands pumping a continuous flow of moisture into the Northwest. Cold air late and early this week has made for … Continue reading

January 3, 2018 - 9:36 pmMULTIPLE FEET OF SNOW HAS FALLEN ON THE SWISS AND FRENCH ALPS WITH ANOTHER 2-4 FEET OR MORE LIKELY NEXT WEEK

MULTIPLE FEET OF SNOW HAS FALLEN ON THE SWISS AND FRENCH ALPS WITH ANOTHER 2-4 FEET OR MORE LIKELY NEXT WEEK

Hurricane force winds from Storm “Eleanor” have slammed into northern Europe with 100 MPH winds, significant storm surges, with several feet of snow for the French and Swiss Alps.  Tragedy from the Chamonix region struck a few days ago when a skier was killed by a falling tree. According to … Continue reading

December 15, 2017 - 9:14 amTETONS WILL SEE 15-20 INCHES IN THE NEXT 7 DAYS

TETONS WILL SEE 15-20 INCHES IN THE NEXT 7 DAYS

The West is in active pattern this week with the high pressure ridge slowly retreating.  Moisture off the Pacific is still being forced north into the Cascades and British Columbia.  This eventually will swing into the northern Rockies over the next 7 days. Light to  moderate snow is likely this … Continue reading

December 8, 2017 - 10:19 amThompson Pass Alaska- 52 inches in 24 hours – 83 inches in 3 days! Alaska reaped a rare event this week that may have set all time records.

Thompson Pass Alaska- 52 inches in 24 hours – 83 inches in 3 days! Alaska reaped a rare event this week that may have set all time records.

Thompson Pass is no stranger to epic dumps sitting in the heart of the Chugatch mountains receiving an average of over 552 inches per year.  It sits at an altitude of 2,805 feet sitting just outside Valdez Alaska. Its the only road out of the City, home to approximately 3900 … Continue reading

September 29, 2017 - 8:13 amCOLDER TEMPERATURES AND INCREASED SNOW LIKELY FOR THE END OF SEPTEMBER THORUGH PERHAPS MID OCTOBER IN THE FORECAST FOR THE NORTHERN ROCKIES

COLDER TEMPERATURES AND INCREASED SNOW LIKELY FOR THE END OF SEPTEMBER THORUGH PERHAPS MID OCTOBER IN THE FORECAST FOR THE NORTHERN ROCKIES

In the last week many western resorts saw their first snows of the season, with a few locations getting dumped with 1-3 feet. The next several weeks could bring a continued trend for additional systems to impact the Pacific Northwest and especially the northern Rockies. Models are only somewhat accurate … Continue reading

December 2, 2011 - 7:41 amSouthern Colorado – 9 to 11 Inches

Southern Colorado – 9 to 11 Inches

Moisture moving into Southern Colorado will make the chase likely for Wolf Creek for Saturday morning where 3-4 inches overnight and another 4-8 will fall during the day. Snowfall should end up near 9-11 inches by the end of the day. Other areas to follow this weekend will be Loveland … Continue reading

November 29, 2011 - 9:44 pmFront Range of Colorado

Front Range of Colorado

The Chase will be on for the Front Range of Colorado!  Moderate snows Wednesday night will graze the mountain Ski resorts closest to Denver for Thursday Powder.  Amounts will vary between 3-9 inches with the highest amounts expected at Eldora, Winter Park, Loveland, A Basin and perhaps Keystone.  Highest amounts … Continue reading

November 22, 2011 - 7:58 amThe Chase!

The Chase!

This weeks chase will include Whistler, Mount Baker, Crystal Mountain as more snow continues to pound these resorts with heavy wet snow turning lighter by Wednesday morning!  Whistler has seen over 60 inches of POW in the past 7 days and might be a good pick for this upcoming weekend!  … Continue reading

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