Just when you thought the Sierra was dead, most ski areas of Northern California will be crushed with several game changing storm systems by the end of next weekend. The first storm is moving in this evening, and through Monday/Tuesday a foot or more should fall on most resorts in … Continue reading
As a Utah local skiing the Wasatch Mountains for the past 30 years, I can safely testify that it has been one of worst. Credit is due for a few double digit storms that have helped to provide decent coverage on upper elevations, especially Alta, which was able to open … Continue reading
EPIC ALERT! ATMOSPHERIC RIVER HEADED TO THE SIERRA AND FEET OF SNOW EXPECTED FOR THE CASCADES WITH DEEP LEFTOVERS IN THE ROCKIES
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
Most snowfall will occur tonight into Tuesday morning with significant snowfall in most northern and central mountains. This is in addition to the Powder Alerts already hoisted for Colorado and areas of Wyoming.
Rare event where the Olympics are surpassing the Cascades with colder air trapped under NE flow and primary breeding grounds for puking powder. One of 3 ski areas located in a National Park! This looks tasty!
The Chase last week included Eldora Ski Area near Boulder Colorado where I logged my 5th powder day for the year and a respectable 78 inches of powder Year To Date