Decent storm still on tap for Friday into Saturday4 hours ago Joel Gratz
Wednesday and Thursday will be warm and dry, and then we will see snow from early Friday morning through later on Friday evening. I will continue to stick with 4-8 inches of accumulation for this storm, and some upside/downside surprises are possible. The best chance to ride softer snow will be Friday during the day and also first chair on Saturday morning.
On track for a glancing blow Friday3 hours ago Julien Ross
Wednesday will be the last day of very calm and warm conditions before winds and cold temperatures start to arrive on Thursday through the weekend. A storm will graze the northern mountains on Friday with 1-2" possible and perhaps a few spots nabbing 2-4". The coldest temperatures of the season so far follow on Saturday. A new weak storm is possible around December 13th.
Powder Alert- N Sierra.- Cold Front For The PNW, Snow For The PNW, Rockies.2 hours ago Powderchaser Steve
The northern Sierra finally looks decent for 7-14 inches with the PNW finally cooling down by Thursday. Moisture initially returns to the PNW in the form of snow before a warm front moves in Saturday night. The Rockies score moderate totals with some deeper pockets in Wyoming, Utah, and perhaps Idaho from Thursday to Friday.
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Strong Start to the Season for Northern New England6 hours ago Alan Smith
A storm impacted New England early this week with Jay Peak receiving 16 inches of new snow. Ski season is off to a fantastic start in this region! The Northwest saw a transition from snow to heavy rain early this week, but colder air is on the way with several shots of snow ahead. The Rockies will also see some snow late this week.