Arizona Daily Snow

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By Lee Born, Meteorologist Posted 2 months ago February 9, 2024

Thank You Doctor Schnay

Summary

Three day storm totals.....Snowbowl 55", Sunrise 49", just what the doctor ordered!

Short Term Forecast

Your prescription has been filled. Recent snowfall has burlied up the base and all terrain is finally accessible. One last round of light snow Friday night - Saturday in this unforgettable storm cycle that will be remembered for turning this winter around. A fairly moisture starved weather disturbance drops in from the north Friday evening with generally light snow showers Friday night into Saturday night. Snowbowl looking at 2-4" during this time Sunrise 3-6". No wind issues expected. We then break out of this incredible storm series with frigid mornings and gradually warmer and sunny afternoons through next week.

Extended Forecast

Hints of another series of Pacific storms on the horizon beginning 2/19, stay tuned

Announcements

NEW: Powder Vision

In addition to our new "Live Snow" data that shows hourly snowfall from nearby weather stations, we built a system to estimate the amount of snow that accumulates on a snow stake camera so that you can track hour-by-hour snowfall for the last 24 hours.

Many ski resorts have snow stake cameras and this allows us to (try to) figure out how much snow falls each hour. We're calling this "Powder Vision".

  1. Go to any ski resort screen in OpenSnow with a snow stake camera.
  2. Tap the "Snow Report" tab.
  3. View the latest snow stake camera snapshot and hour-by-hour snowfall for the last 24 hours.

We have over 60 snow stake cameras available right now and we do our best to add new cams to OpenSnow if we can host them.

Powder Vision and Live Snow are available on OpenSnow.com and in the OpenSnow app with an All-Access subscription. All-Access includes 10-day snow forecasts, high-resolution weather maps, expert local analysis, custom snow alerts, iOS widgets, and much more.

View → Powder Vision Example

About Our Forecaster

Lee Born

Meteorologist

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