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Storm recap- 2-4 feet for much of the west, with high pressure taking aim in the short to mid term.

02/27/2021

SUMMARY: incredible past 5 days with 3-4 feet for the PNW, and many areas of the Rockies reporting 1-2 feet or more. Colorado. The next 5 days show a break in the action with a teaser for the 4 corners midweek, and a return to possible storminess for the PNW by Friday or Saturday. RECAP Most of t....

Updated snow forecast for Friday evening- Powder is continuing in the west!

02/26/2021

Summary: Snow will continue for the Pacific Northwest with another significant dump with less wind for some areas. Oregon is favored currently, but some upside surprises will also occur in the central Cascades of Washington (Western side). The Tetons and Wasatch are favored for the most snow Friday/....

EPIC ALERT PNW- POWDER ALERT-ROCKIES

02/25/2021

SUMMARY: The next storm system is just getting underway in the Northwest. Significant snow will fall from Thursday to Friday night. Decent energy will pass through central Idaho, northern Wyoming, and the central and northern Wasatch of Utah. Windy periods are going to make chasing powder very diff....

EPIC ALERT- 3-4 FEET FOR THE CASCADES-LEFTOVERS FOR THE ROCKIES

02/23/2021

SUMMARY: Wild weather with widely spaced temperature variances has created significant avalanche danger in the Washington Cascades. Another 3-4 feet is possible through Saturday. The Rockies tease in the next few days before perhaps a better system moves in for Friday or Saturday. The Front Range M....

7 Day Powder Forecast- Deeper and colder late week.

02/22/2021

Summary: Very wet conditions continue in the Pacific Northwest, BC, that migrate to the northern Rockies by Monday night and Tuesday. Warming is an issue for some lower elevations with a cooling trend Tuesday-Friday and additional storms for the west. The PNW and Rockies could score again later thi....

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