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Updated Powder Forecast - Chases for West.

02/06/2021

It's Saturday mid morning, with snow falling once again in the Tetons, albeit lighter than the Friday event that brought 34 inches to Jackson Hole and 22 to Targhee. There were surprise dumps in Colorado with Vail scoring 8 inches overnight and another 2 since the lifts opened on Saturday. Vail miss....

SNORKEL ALERT UPDATE- MORE SNOW ON THE WAY FOR THE WEST AND IT WILL GET DEEPER.

02/05/2021

SUMMARY: You may have missed this chase, and while I did not forecast nearly 3 feet for the Tetons it was the deepest day of the season (33 inches in 20 hours). Colorado is continuing to refresh, with a new storm for the Pacific Northwest that will track over the Idaho Panhandle, Montana and perhap....

The Northern Half Gets DEEP

02/04/2021

We are on the chase right now but wanted to give you a quick update on the snow for the next few days. For the near term, we have the storm track shifting north, with the deepest snow falling in Montana and Washington. The northern half of the western US should remain in the path of the storm for th....

POWDER ALERT- CO, WY, UT, MT, - Rockies score with New England a big winner for Tuesday/Wednesday.

02/02/2021

It's dumping in New England with up to 18 inches being reported at Wachusett and 17 inches at Hunter Mountain. Heavy snow will continue in northern New England Tuesday. The Sierra storm is weakening while the Rockies get several periods of snowfall this week. The storm that dragged up the coast in N....

POWDER ALERT! Sierra, Rockies, New England.

02/01/2021

The highlights for chasing powder will be in the Sierra for Tuesday morning and a good portion of New England. Heavy snow will fall on both ends of the map. The Rockies and especially Colorado stand a good chance of a moderate or slightly better dump for Wednesday/Thursday. EAST: Snow is already....

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