It’s going to storm in the North East this weekend. There are huge discrepancies in the forcast. NWS saying little accumulation in southern Vermont, while weather.com and wunderground.com saying that there will be almost 20″ on the ground by saturday morning. Powderchaser god, what do you say, where will it snow the most in the North East this weekend.
Central and southern VT and central and southern western NH look to do best with this storm. NWS has significant totals in SVT as well as most of the spine through central and almost northern VT, with even higher amounts in WNH. Killington may be your best bet for new/terrain quality combo, though there may be some heavier totals further south or SE in WNH. If you have a favorite resort in that area they will likely do best. Temps are marginal though, it will be elevation dependent, and the quality may be heavy especially down low. A general 6-12 is a safe bet for central and southern NH/VT with the possibility of a few summits exceeding those totals.
Summary Heavy wet snow fell late yesterday and last night over the Cascades. Snow tel sites show 11 inches at Crystal and 13 at Baker. Most snow at Mount Baker fell during the day yesterday where at Crystal it was primarily since the lifts closed. Temps are warming so expect … Continue reading
The last storm system was nearly perfect in many ways for the West. Heavy snow first fell over the Pacific Northwest dropping south into the Sierra before swooping east over much of the Rockies. The Sierra had some impressive snow totals with 30-40 inches at Mount Rose and Mammoth reporting … Continue reading
The next storm system currently impacting the Sierra will move east to provide heavy amounts of snow to many areas of the Rockies. Snow levels will start out high and drop to all base areas of the Rockies later in the storm period. Most areas of Wyoming, Utah, and Colorado will … Continue reading
My endorphines are flowing this morning as significant amounts of POW are going to be falling in a wide area of the west over the next 5 days! “The powder maps are lit up from the Pacific Northwest through the entire Sierra range followed by decent leftovers in the Tetons, … Continue reading
Summary: It is almost midnight on Saturday evening. The first major storm of the week has delivered huge totals in the Tetons, British Columbia, Alberta and Washington. Mount Norquay and Nakiska just opened for the season! Temperatures were a little warmer than forecast in Tahoe so the totals there are … Continue reading