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Powder Update -12-18 inches fell in Utah in 7 hours!

04/15/2021

On Thursday intense and convective snow showers crushed Utah with only 4-8 inches in the original forecast. 3 inches had fallen Wednesday morning by 9 AM and up to 17 inches are being recorded on telemetry in the Park City area (Summit Park on the top of Parleys had 17 inches by 5 PM Wednesday). Sn....

Powder Update for Colorado, Utah and Wyoming

04/14/2021

Unsettled conditions continue in the Rockies with significant snow in South central Wyoming in the short term. The latter part of the week will bring more snow for the Continental Divide closest to Denver. Forecast: The departing first wave of snowfall landed pretty close totals to my forecast from....

Powder Alert Update-Last chance to hop on the Powder Train!

04/13/2021

Summary There are 2 main pieces to the next storm with complicated wind shifts and decent chances of double digits in many areas. The take home message is a warm teaser for Colorado Tuesday night followed by a colder push of heavy snow for Friday/Saturday. Utah could score in isolated areas as well ....

10-20 inches are possible next week over the higher elevations of Colorado- Utah/Wyoming/Montana Wildcards.

04/11/2021

Summary: A very complex closed low will form over northern Utah next week stalling somewhere between Nevada, Utah, and southern Wyoming. Steady precipitation will bring some significant snow totals to only the highest elevations that might favor the Front Range of Colorado and perhaps northern Utah,....

Powder watch Colorado/Utah next week. Cascades get blower again for Saturday.

04/09/2021

Summary: A final push of cold air will bring another good round of high-quality powder to the Cascades of Washington Friday night. Next week looks wet for the northern Rockies with some models showing significant high elevation snow for Colorado. Forecast: Cold temps and decent timing, will make c....

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