Dry week ahead, and Typhoon Michaung vs El Niño1 hour ago Julien Ross
High pressure will dominate from December 4th to the 8th. Hopes for the December 9-10 storm continue to fade as all trends push most precipitation to the north of New Mexico. Overall the next 7-10 days look quiet and some of this could be attributed to Typhoon Michaung halfway around the world! We could be looking at a very dry first half of December before a possible pattern shift .
WET SNORKEL ALERT- GETING DEEPER BUT WETTER.1 day ago Powderchaser Steve
The epic storm has thus far dropped 10-20 inches in the Cascades, and up to 18 inches in the Wasatch, with resorts in Colorado reporting 9-12 inches. The heaviest dump is yet to come! Snorkel Alert is hoisted, but bring 2 pairs since the transition will be dry to wet.
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Deep Storm Cycle for the Northwest and the Rockies3 days ago Alan Smith
A series of storms will bring much-needed heavy snow to the Northwest and the Rockies from Friday to Monday, though some areas will see a changeover from snow to rain during the latter stages of this event. The East will also remain in an active pattern with uncertainty regarding a possible snow event in New England on Sunday-Monday, while the Mid-Atlantic could also see some snow next week.