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Most New Snow - Sep 19, 2019
2019-09-11 - Sep 11, 2019 - Another taste of fall coming for the west next Tue-Thur for northwest, big weather shift coming - Story
By Tuesday and Wednesday of next week (17th through the 18th of September) we could see some upper 20's but mainly lower 30's on the upper mountain areas of Revelstoke and Kingfisher Heli areas of operation across southern British Columbia - Canada, with clouds, showers, and more snow to 7,000 feet, which would be upper mountain at Revelstoke and Kingfisher Heli, and low 30's, AND some showers, snow for upper Bogus Basin Mountain Resort near Boise, Idaho, next Wednesday or Thursday (18th mainly), as depicted below.? After this weather event, later next week (20th on), there could be an extended warm-up for much of the rest of late September across the entire western US and southwest Canada as a more amplified weather pattern develops, for stronger high pressure over the western US/ southwest Canada, and strong/ cold low pressure over the eastern US and eastern Canada, with some areas of Colorado possibly getting clipped with snow and some pretty cold temperatures, plus upper elevations of upper New York through Vermont, New Hampshire, and Maine, seeing their first snows at resort elevations....More
1:30 pm Mountain Time, Friday September 06, 2019 ..Next Monday through Wednesday we expect a taste of fall for southwest British Columbia, including Kingfisher Heli and Revelstoke, as another Gulf of Alaska low pressure system moves in with showers and some lower snow levels as 850mb/ 5,000 foot temperatures drop to 08c to 09c (46-48f), dropping snow levels to near 8,000 feet....More
1:00 pm Mountain Time, Friday September 06, 2019 - ..Early and mid next week we expect a taste of fall for the Pacific Northwest and northern Rocky Mountains, including at Bogus Basin and southern Idaho, as a Gulf of Alaska Low pressure system moves in with showers and some lowering snow levels, especially next Wednesday and Thursday (Sep 11th-12th), as 10,000 foot temperatures drop into the upper 20's, dropping snow to 9,000 feet for Bogus Basin in southern Idaho, and the Sawtooth Mountains mainly next Wednesday and Thursday (showers and rain leading up to this starting Monday), dusting the higher 9,000+ foot peaks with some early season snow, cold rain at Bogus Basin (temperatures in the 30's and raining next Wednesday/ Thursday), and possibly several+ inches accumulation for the higher peaks in the Sawtooth Mountains....More
7:50pm Mountain Time, Monday September 02, 2019 - First, a recap of last season, a GREAT one, 2018-2019? ...some of the earliest openings in history, early cold and snow, and sustained cold and snow would characterize the Colorado winter that was, 2018-2019, with just about 400" of snow falling for the season (but more if counting the unreported snow early, and late), and a 126" March!OCTOBER 2018, early start...We hesitate sometimes in forecasting anomalies, but we saw the October 10, 2018 snowfall coming for Aspen (we adjusted the arrival date by a few days, from 2 weeks out, but...), several inches fell in town (I think we were calling for 1-2", 5 days in advance), and feet on the mountain (some snow level issues still, initially)....More
Short and Long Range weather outlook for southwest Canada!Posted Oct 27, 2018 - A relatively warm storm system is moving in for today and Sunday with showers all across southern British Columbia and southwest Alberta, starting out heavy right now, Saturday night, for the Vancouver, BC area: The next several days to before Halloween look like this in terms of precipitation: And here is how snowfall is looking for now through just after the 10th of November: (45 to 90cm of snow (18" to 36") is possible in the next 16 days for areas 1,200 to 1,500+ meters in elevation (4,000 to 5,000 feet), which includes many resorts base to top!) My latest discussion, highlighting one of our new sponsors, Revelstoke!
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