The Tetons are looking better with every model run. You might score! I see light or moderate snow on the 17th and perhaps the 18th. Moderate or heavy snow will likely fall next Monday or Tuesday. Tuesday AM might be the deepest of the several days. I am going to hoist a Powder watch for that region most likely tomorrow when I look at the models again. Sun Valley will also do well. Please feed our powder bank if you get the White Room!
Short Term Forecast Snow will continue in northern Utah today with levels dropping to 6,000 feet. It’s currently snowing lightly in the town of Park City (Have not seen that for several weeks). Light to moderate snow will continue above 7000 feet today should bring another 3-5 inches into the … Continue reading
Summary – 3/21/17 8 AM MST I’m frustrated this morning as snow amounts look deep late this week over the Front Range south of Denver and perhaps some good surprises in the mountains near Denver, Eastern Summit County and north Boulder County. The Wasatch should nail 12 inches through Friday … Continue reading
Summary Significant nor Easter is aimed at the entire Northeast (including the metro areas). Snow will begin along the mid Atlantic today and move into the metro areas of New York tonight. 1600 flights have been canceled so if your flying tonight your not going to get there. New England … Continue reading
Summary While the West has been soaking itself in Cream Cheese (Tetons, Cascades) the East is going to nab a significant spring storm with cold temperatures! We heard conditions yesterday at Whitefish Montana were deep (Might have been the best chase of the day) warm air created some funk at … Continue reading
March 6, 2017 6PM MST SUMMARY: Significant moisture is aimed at most of Oregon, southern or central Washington, and the panhandle of Idaho. Models are blowing up showing a nearly constant stream of snowfall for these areas over the next several days that might not end until the weekend only … Continue reading