PCS here. this week is tricky! Aim for Sun Valley late Monday into Tuesday or Jackson Tuesday morning or Wednesday. Snow levels are going to be 7,000 feet. Sun valley will have deep dense snow. Jackson will be deep up top but rain at the base. AVY work Tuesday morning might delay opening of Jackson Tuesday morning (Dense snow). Colder air arrives in the Tetons late Tuesday and Wednesday that may offer better quality. Alta or snowbird might be a good choice for Wednesday! Thursday best choice is Colorado. It’s too far out for me to guess which resorts in UT or Colorado this week. If you stay in between sun valley and the tetons you can make last minute decisions based on temps, web cams etc. You should score! Please feed our powder fund! Any powder feeds of $50 or more get you a $30 Phunkshun balaclava (Convertible). Let us know where you end up!
Update Light snow grazed resorts along and north of Interstate 70 yesterday with most resorts in Colorado reporting 2-4 inches. Winter Park nabbed 4 while Vail nabbed 2 to freshen things up for the next storm on tap tonight through Friday PM. Quick update: Models are still on track for … Continue reading
END OF SEASON FUND DRIVE- FINAL POST! PLEASE FEED THE FACE SHOT BANK FOR NEXT SEASONS FORECASTS ESPECIALLY IF YOU SCORED POW. SUMMARY: 4/18/17 8 AM MST 7-10 Inches fell from the last storm over the Sierra (Mammoth and Heavenly) as moisture focused south of Interstate 80. Snow above 7500 … Continue reading
Summary I mentioned a very stormy pattern setting up for the later part of April in my posts a few weeks ago. Models continue to verify that winter is back for the northern Rockies that will impact all of the mountain regions from the southern regions of the Cascades … Continue reading
SUMMARY: 4/19/2017 0800 MST As I forecasted a few days ago the central Wasatch nailed 7 inches on the snow telemetry (More like 7-10 up top) of dense snow. Temps have decreased to freezing at the bases and light snow is still falling (Could be dreamy creamy base layer and … Continue reading
Summary- April 10, 2017 Snow has ended in the Rockies where the deepest overnight dump hit Alta and Snowbird of the season (17-20). NW flow and cold air really cranked some impressive amounts that make it difficult to forecast with orographics taking hold and dumping significant snow at higher elevations … Continue reading