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TETON POWDER ALERT! January 28, 2016 Light snow will be falling on early Friday morning in the Tetons ahead of a large low pressure system aimed at the Tetons for late Friday night through Saturday. Westerly winds will transport significant snow into the mountains. Expect 3-4 inches early Friday (The … Continue reading
January 26, 2016 Stoke Factor is rapidly increasing as weather models are all hinting at a significant storm moving into many areas of the West beginning on Friday. Our target areas are the Sierra, Tetons, Wasatch, central Idaho, northern Colorado, and to some extent the Cascades (Friday). If you want … Continue reading
A very active system dropped nearly 4 feet of snow to many areas of Colorado over the past 4 days. Here are a few 7 day highlights: Wolf Creek- 40 inches Silverton-40 inches in 48 hours! Aspen: 36 inches Vail: 32 inches Telluride: 32 inches Park City-29 inches (Surprise dumps where the … Continue reading
Significant storm is going to move into the Sierra this afternoon through Saturday morning. Expect 15-25 inches in most locations of the north Sierra and slightly less amounts to the south (Mammoth). Strong winds gusting to 100 MPH will create blizzard conditions late tonight through Saturday morning. Peak snowfall … Continue reading
January 27, 2015, 8 AM MST Pacific Northwest: Rain at lower and mid elevations this week transitions to all snow by Friday. Light to moderate snowfall likely Friday/Saturday over the Cascade ranges (Cold temperatures and continuous light- moderate snowfall). Whistler may see higher amounts of dense snow by Thursday with … Continue reading