April 19, 2017 - 7:49 amPowder Alert

POWDER ALERT- COLORADO, TETONS AND WASATCH ON WATCH- 8-12 INCHES OF SPRING POW WILL BE FALLING IN SOME SPOTS THIS WEEK

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

April 10, 2017 - 7:51 amPowder Alert

CALIFORNIA DREAMING! ANOTHER STORM DUE MID WEEK WITH 8-13 INCHES FOR MANY NORTHERN SKI AREAS. THE CASCADES INCLUDING THE PANHANDLE OF IDAHO GRAB POW ABOVE 4,000 FEET

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

April 7, 2017 - 7:47 amForecast

CREAM CHEESE TOPPED WITH MEDIUM DENSITY FROSTING

Summary 4/7/2017 0700 mst I just checked the automated snow telemetry at Squaw at 8,000 feet and it appears that 9 inches has already fallen since the lifts closed yesterday (Temps are 26 degrees with strong winds). Mammoth is reporting 15-20 inches!  The storm is just beginning with the warm … Continue reading

April 6, 2017 - 8:23 amPowder Alert

POWDER ALERT UPDATED FOR THE WEST! 3-5 FEET FOR THE SIERRA, 12 PLUS FOR THE WASATCH AND UPPER TETONS! COLORADO IS A WILDCARD

Summary Yesterdays chase to Breckenridge was met with a rock slide on I-70 that happened minutes in front of me. The right lane was blocked but I managed to skirt around the mess before traffic backed up behind me. “Breckenridge was deep fluff just above mid mountain (felt like 7-11)) … Continue reading

April 4, 2017 - 8:12 pmPowder Alert

POWDER ALERT! SIERRA, CASCADES, WASATCH, CENTRAL IDAHO, TETONS- COLORADO ON WATCH

April 4, 2017, 9PM UPDATED  Summary There is a ton of weather buzz in the chase cave tonight! First, Colorado just got nailed over parts of Summit County where 14-16 inches fell during the day! I chased to Beaver Creek (4-5 on the cams) and found 8-9 inches of blower … Continue reading

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