Wife just changed jobs and we will have some free time to book a trip January 13-17. We will be flying in so airport proximity is important. Where will we have the best chance for some fresh stuff? Thank you.
RIGHT NOW I AM liking most areas from the Sierra through AZ, Southern CO, AZ, and NM. This week will see some 1 foot or more storms for the Sierra. El Nino seems to be showing a more common pattern now. I can’t say for sure on the 13th just yet. Do you need to book now? Where are you flying from? I like the Sierra currently but some storms might favor southern areas. Can you check back with me in 5 days?
Sorry to hijack this thread but I wanted to inquire as to the same as the OP. I will be headed *somewhere* out west January 13 – 19 and I need to get on booking this as its 1/5 as of my writing this post! 🙂
I’ll be coming from Norfolk, Virginia and would appreciate any guidance your powdery-experience can offer!
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5/15/17 8AM MST I know your all going to give me grief about making a “Final Post” last month, but it’s really happening again, so grab your gear and get ready for some fresh snow that is going to impact most mountain locations of the West! Cold temperatures and lowering … Continue reading
Summary 4/28/2017 5PM MST – FINAL POST OF THE SEASON! PLEASE DONATE BELOW IF YOU LIVED VICARIOUSLY OR SCORED POWDER! It’s not over yet, but it’s pretty close. This may be our last good storm and certainly our last cold storm that brought heavy lake effect snow showers over the … Continue reading
Summary -April 27, 4PM MST Significant snow fell in many areas over the past few days. Grand Targhee (closed) picked up 17 inches with the Wasatch in the 11-14 inch range! NW flow cranked out impressive snow in the Rockies that will continue into Friday albeit lighter 12 hour periods. … Continue reading