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EPIC ALERT- South America is about to get slammed 4-7 feet of POW

07/01/2022

POWDER ALERT- 4-7 FEET for South America This Week! After a slow start to the season so far, things look to be kicking into high gear this week in South America, where many resorts in Chile and Argentina are looking at anywhere from 3 to 8 feet. The highest totals will be located south of the Mendoz....

Final Post-21/22- Seasonal Recap- La Nina Delivered.

04/25/2022

This season was full of upside and downside swings, large events followed by drought periods. Chasing Powder was essential to staying in the deep and that even included a last-minute trip to Austria. There is some snow in the forecast so keep reading. We made it through another season that ended wi....

30 Inches in 48 hours for the Wasatch! Quick update on the weekend chases.

04/23/2022

Snow showers are exiting Utah as of late Saturday with only an additional 1-2 inches expected before 9 PM. On Saturday conditions were epic with full-on deep storm skiing at Snowbird (20 inches in 15 hours), high quality, and definitely one of the top days of the season. I chased from Kirkwood to Sn....

EPIC ALERT

04/22/2022

Quick update as of 4AM Friday. This feels a bit more like January than late April. Heavy snow has blanketed the Sierra with over 3 feet for the northern regions, and 1-2 feet in the south central ranges. Mammoth had 14 inches since closing Thursday for Friday AM freshies. Lets hope the summit open....

Powder Alert- Late April is the new January.

04/20/2022

Good evening everyone. This is Forecaster Steve, with a Wednesday update on the upcoming storm system due for the Sierra and Rockies. It's hard to believe that we are chasing once again with the anticipation of blower pow in late April. The next storm starts out warm and finishes cold (Cover up the ....

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