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Most New Snow - Jul 22, 2019
SOUTH AMERICA Long Range Weather Outlook Updated: July?06, 2019 at 12:30pm (in Santiago, Chile) Quick update, showers and resort elevation snow are expected at times (mostly light) through this weekend, into early next week for areas south of the Mendoza region, Nequen and Bariloche....More
Its snowing across northern Colorado, and more is coming through today and tomorrow, into Sunday. Aspen will see snow to 8,500 feet, and may even see some snow in town......More
LONG RANGE: SUMMER?! Late June? Mid and late next week/ weekend (June 19th - 23rd) expect unseasonably strong low pressure to dominate the northwest US and northern Rocky Mountains, with snow levels dropping to near 4,000 feet (!!!), mostly 5,000 to 6,500 feet, with some snow accumulation across Washington, Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming, with Bogus Basin, Tamarack, Brundage, and Sun Valley all getting a summer coating of snow, along with Big Sky, Jackson Hole, and of course more importantly, the backcountry areas of the northern Rocky Mountains above mainly 5,000 feet....More
LONGER RANGE FORECAST Updated Thursday Apr?11, 2019:?One storm (weak) moves through Sunday (light snow up around 8,000+ feet, light rain showers below), and another late Monday?through early Tuesday (2 to 4" of snow, snow level 5,000 to 6,000 feet, below resort elevations), for quick shots of light snow. ALL next week (15th - 19th) looks mostly sunny and mild, spring weather and snow surface conditions... We may see a shot of showers/ snow that weekend (20-21st April), then more high pressure ridging and mild spring weather. The last days of April into early May could be busy again with low pressure systems and snowfall as the pattern reverts back to unsettled. May overall, more busy with storms than usual, more rains for California, more snow for the Sierra Nevada....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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