PowMow was terrible today despite Lake lift and sunirse opening. I definitely didn’t get any face shots as I dropped a knee through the crappy untracked snow ;-). You should definitely hit the cottonwoods, I’m sure they were pretty much empty as they always are on Pow days. The big question is elevation for this weekend. I’m hearing 7000′ and some reports for 8000′. Let’s pray for 8k! Chase on my friend!!!
PowMow ski patrol
Unfortunately this storm is WET with snow levels around 8K Thursday and Thursday night. Cold front will lower snow level significantly on Friday around 3 PM The unfortunately the models to me look like the precipitation falls off quickly behind the front. You should get good amounts at the summit but far less down low. Do you work at POW on patrol? I used to patrol in Maine and at Copper. PCS
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
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