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Poster: A snowHead
Wed 18-01-17 20:24
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As greg66 said, you will probably get 7 different weather patterns within 7 hours at Whistler. Let alone during a week's time. This winter has been good, with a lot of snow storms cycling in. And most of those storms have been coming out of the NW Gulf of Alaska this season, which is not the norm. This week is the first week where a somewhat strong atmospheric river (AR) also locally referred to as a pineapple express coming out of the South Pacific has hit the PNW. Warm and moist air that if it collides with a cold front results in warming and increasing freezing levels, and usually as the AR passes through is followed by cold and dry air coming in on the backside to bring in reducing precipitation. usually the PNW gets a couple of these AR's that come through normally in January and February. March tends to be just a bit warmer with the solar radiation and longer days to warm things up. Upper mtn tends to be above that freeze thaw cycle that hits the lower slopes.
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Tue 17-01-17 16:40
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A warm up is on the way for the next few days. FL is going up to about 2,000 meters, ugh! Will fall into the weekend though, and hopefully will allow some precip to fall as snow. Just back from 3 days in sunny Sun Valley. You can actually find powder even 4 days after a storm. Temps were -4F in the morning, and warmed up into the teens during the day. Made for some nice turns on the groomers. And a bit of hiking you could find some nice fluffy stuff to play in. http://i530.photobucket.com/albums/dd348/mozartmccoy/IMG_2875_zpsdudkpdqg.jpg
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Sun 15-01-17 2:33
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Very cold at Sun Valley but beautiful blue skies. They received close to 3 feet the past week so the runs are soft and chalky. Crowds are non-existent for MLK weekend.
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Wed 11-01-17 17:42
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Lots of flooding going on here in Central California. Crazy amount of moisture that has come through so far. About 20" over the past 7 days. Most Tahoe resorts reporting in the 1 meter plus range form last nights storm. Another one coming for Thursday with another 20cm-40cm forecast with colder temps. Then a cooling trend over the weekend before the next round looks to come in the middle of next week. Also - most Tahoe ski resorts just 11 days into month of January reporting snowfall totals over 3 meters! :shock:
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Tue 10-01-17 23:11
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Crested Butte http://www.denverpost.com/2017/01/09/crested-butte-mountain-resort-closed-too-much-snow/ So I live in the states and get easier benefit for snowmagedden, but my big trip is to Zermatt in 5 weeks.....sigh Yes, but in 5 weeks time, you may be stuck in Zermatt with too much snow. I'm headed out in that general direction of Crested Butte end of January. Won't make it to CB this trip but Colorado is getting hit good and hard this week. Tahoe ski resorts were all closed on Sunday as well more because of the rain that fell on the 6-7 feet of snow they received earlier in the week. Been a season of polar opposites for Europe and USA so far.
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Tue 10-01-17 23:05
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Actually that's not what us British say but at least you made a reasonable attempt at the English language. Carry on. I stand corrected!
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Tue 10-01-17 23:04
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Mammoth, California, got 6ft of snow in 2 days last week... The same as some low Austrian resorts get in an entire year... Just returned from California. Couldn't partake in any of the goodness. High winds closed lifts Tuesday. Avalanche controls closed after the big snow on Wednesday. With another big storm coming in, we were unsure if we could make it out of the mountains on time. So, after 2 days of hanging out in Reno, made a dash during the weather break, while others hit the slopes. Things opened around noon on Thursday, and Friday it was packed, Saturday the next storm of the Pinneapple express rolled in. Sunday we flew home. It was Thursday we made our mad dash over Donner's pass.... Bought the Mountain Collective pass, so I still have my 2 days at Squaw, Mammoth, and Whistler, Sun Valley, Jackson Hole.... probably another trip back to the states is in order. That said... we had a fabulous 12 days at the Cliff Lodge in Snowbird.... will post a trip report.. no regrets. Can recommend a hot tub on your balcony overlooking the pistes :lol: @HeidiAmsterdam Probably a prudent move to get out of Dodge..., er, Reno when you had the chance. Donner Pass closed down on Sunday due to 300 yard wide mudslide. Both sides of I80 up to a couple meters deep. Based on how this winter has been going, it seems like a good idea to come back and sample some of those other resorts on the MCP! I'm sampling Sun Valley this weekend, followed by Telluride at end of January and Aspen/Snowmass beginning of February. And need to figure out when to work in a trip to Whistler as well! :D
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Tue 10-01-17 22:57
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Mammoth, California, got 6ft of snow in 2 days last week... The same as some low Austrian resorts get in an entire year... http://www.planetski.eu/images/site/mammoth_mountain_sunday_8th_500.jpg Yes, but what you forgot to mention is the other 6 feet of snow they are getting right now... Currently in Oakland, CA where as the Brits like to say, "it's pissing down rain right now." ;-)
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Mon 9-01-17 21:46
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MLK holiday is this up coming weekend. January 16th is the actual date. Lots of Americanos will be heading North of the border come Friday. Judging by a quick search of lodging options, and there being almost none unless you want to drop $3,000USD per night for the Four Seasons!!! Then you are not looking at much available. So, in short, it will be very crowded at Whistler this week with American accents aplenty. Lots of beer will be consumed, and judging by the forecast, lots of powder will be shredded. Me, I am going farther East to the Valley of the Sun to ski some cold smoke Sawtooth powder, and most likely much less crowded. 8)
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Mon 9-01-17 21:39
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@Toadman, amazing what's falling in California. I saw a video of a reservoir overflow which is located somewhere along the main valley between Tahoe and Sacramento earlier, it's at bursting point :( Why is I80 closed heading towards Truckee? Also after some advice. I have 3 weeks off work, last two in march and first week of April and want a mix of ski, and sunshine. What are the realistic temperatures in LA the first week in April? Thinking of combining Mammoth, Tahoe and LA, or should I just fly to Florida for the sunshine? @Ricklovesthepowder Temps in LA will probably be in the low 20's C during April. But this being a La Nina season, Southern Cal has been getting cooler temps and wetter conditions than has been the norm. So hard to say that far out. March could see Tahoe and Mammoth getting slammed with snow.
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Mon 9-01-17 15:32
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You know what they say, too much of a good thing. Although, the way this storm came into the Sierra's was not necessarily good. http://www.sfchronicle.com/bayarea/article/Ski-resorts-near-Lake-Tahoe-shut-down-due-to-storm-10843655.php Don't recall the last time all the Tahoe area ski resorts were closed. But Ski Patrol has its work cut out. More snow is coming, and coming, and coming... Check this pic out from Glen Plake's Instagram at Tahoe for an idea of what I'm talking about. https://www.instagram.com/p/BO7yWlmg1zh/?taken-by=glenplake&hl=en
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Sat 7-01-17 5:25
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Whimps...vacation pussys, no energy take a day off the lift riding and hike/skinup up the hill.. ....Earm your Turns!! :-) http://i530.photobucket.com/albums/dd348/mozartmccoy/IMG_2559_zpstycdlulv.jpg
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Fri 6-01-17 22:58
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I have Hestra 3 finger mitts, and love them for cold days. I also have the Hestra Heli's for when it's not so cold. But for the 'tweener temps, I have a pair of fairly decent insulated Black Diamond Gloves that work well in all but those really cold -18C and below. But that's why there's Heisse Schokolade mit Rum! :D
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Fri 6-01-17 18:44
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@Toadman, Have you not met many males from the North of England? Clothes are for wimps! Had an exchange student from Scotland as a roommate back in college. Cracking good footballer, but he didn't ski. My older brother has a thick head of hair and will sometimes ski sans helmet or hat. But once the temps drop below about -7C he's wearing something on his head to stay warm.
Poster: A snowHead
Fri 6-01-17 16:15
Replies: 76
@gortonator Saw that last night. Sad indeed. Hopefully more info on actual location of the avy will be forthcoming. Snow pack has definitely been reactive this winter with all the new snow. Looks like more coming late in the weekend. It's back to work and I'll be doing a bit of traveling. Have to be in Bay area next week. Have half a mind to stay for the weekend and go ski in Tahoe!
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Fri 6-01-17 16:01
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Been a chilly one today, and some muppet left their hat at home... Pistes in much better shape following the snowfall, have been a few slides off piste yesterday and today. I am always fascinated by some skiers that ski without helmet or hat. I saw a guy once, bald, and skiing in chilly temps without any head cover! How can your head not be freezing?! I guess some people are just hot heads!
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Fri 6-01-17 15:52
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yes referring to zmatt as sedate ...thats not my experience - town goes to 3am every night. I'll be there sunday for 3 weeks all this teeth gnashing about snow in this early part of the year is a bit wasted on zermatt - the off piste there doesn't start till later anyway and while its likely to start a bit later than normal....frankly colorado and utah both were looking pretty meh 2 weeks ago. im in utah now and its good but im thrilled to be heading to zermatt again... for a first trip to europe almost anywhere will be a great experience but the previous poster is def. correct about the scenery and the excellent and sometimes pricey lunches. I guess you have high standards on snow conditions, because from what I've seen posted this past week for Utah that it is better than just good Like most have said on here already, myself included, you really can't go wrong with either ski area. I could flip a coin and be happy with what ever choice came up. Of course fresh snow is always a bonus.
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Fri 6-01-17 15:34
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@Toadman, the photographs coming from Mammoth show an incredible amour of snow. Surely this is the Californian resorts set up for the winter now? Also very good news for the severe drought the state is currently in. Tahoe should fill up to maximum capacity when the melt and thaw starts which is great news. Yes, this amount of snow will provide a solid base for the Tahoe ski areas. I believe the drought issues is a bit more complicated, however. Yes, the snow pack is above average at about 110%, which also applies to the Cascade range, which is having a stellar year. With the current AR coming into Central California, it will produce a lot of moisture that will fall as rain up to about 9,000', and could briefly go as high as 10,000'. This will undoubtedly produce flooding in the central valley. Already talk about rivers in the Sierra's overflowing their banks. This is definitely a case of too much all at once being not a good situation. Squaw Valley Facebook page talked about the struggles of Avy Control. Patrol is having a heck of a time dealing with the conditions. I have a feeling the Tahoe Ski areas are going to have to order extra explosives for this winters avy control. Meanwhile the cold air sitting over much of the rest of the West/PNW and the mixture of moist warm air coming off the Pacific will result in fairly decent snow accumulations in Utah, Colorado, Parts of Idaho and Wyoming. The next wave is set to come in late Saturday and will impact much of BC, Canada, and on down the Cascades, into the Sierra's and beyond. This storm cycle is just a monster. http://vignette2.wikia.nocookie.net/cryptidz/images/8/80/Light_Coat_Yeti.jpg/revision/latest?cb=20130405210818
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Fri 6-01-17 5:05
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About 2 meters of snow in the Sierra Nevada Range in Cali. from the storms that came through beginning of this week. More still to come, plus a bit of a warm up and rain. Heard tell when all is said and done after the next round of storms coming through on the weekend that about 3 meters of snow will have been dumped on the Sierra's. And of course all that snow+wind+temp swings = http://www.ktvn.com/story/34194245/portion-of-mt-rose-highway-closed-after-avalanche2
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Fri 6-01-17 5:00
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It's not US but Whistler would also fit the bill. Otherwise you really have just SLC and DEN. Then Park City/Canyons/Deer Valley for SLC. Breckenridge/Keystone/Copper/Vail for Denver.
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Thu 5-01-17 15:34
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Tomorrow is expected to be sunny and pretty damn cold. The snow at the weekend is now forecast to amount to not very much. However, a bit of dust everyday next week will mount up the base :D We really need this dump to settle & another good 0.5M+ dump to set us up for the rest of the sesson Probably best to get that 50 cm's in increments. But does look a far sight better out there than it did just a week ago. No doubt some ignorant folk will find trouble...seems to always happen after a stretch with little snow fall and then the big dumps come. Take your chill pills when you get there so that powder fever doesn't over come good judgement.
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Thu 5-01-17 15:22
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It's not the "weather models they follow" it is their software which picks one of several possible outcomes and gives no indication of reliability. Thanks to this thread over many years I have learnt a lot, coupled with looking out the window over 13 seasons. No problem if folk choose to eschew the uncertainties of chaotic weather systems and choose a simple version but a bit much if, when that proves unreliable, they rail against "forecasters" or even, absurdly, claim that forecasts were better in the olden days. Now - a spot of empirical data - a level 5" at 1550m outside my apartment. More than I thought, and I must have been asleep when the plough came up our cul de sac. :sH: I've always felt that looking out the windows is the most accurate way of determining the weather! ;-) Still cold here in the PNW. For that you have to open the window to get a sense of the temperature :-P And for those coming across the pond, California getting pounded, but warming temps equals a bit of a mess I'm afraid. Utah is getting snow, Colorado is going to do well from this storm. I believe there are SH's about in those parts that can provide first hand accounts to current conditions.
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Thu 5-01-17 15:11
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It's been snowing well at Snowmass all day. Windhold up top. @Jellybeans1000 Looks like you timed your trip to perfection. Going to be a lot of snow in Colorado from this storm cycle.
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Thu 5-01-17 0:14
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I prefer the terrain of St Anton and Lech. Easy to navigate around as well. Even the ski bus connections are simple and frequent. The vibe in the Arlberg is also great and a bit more lively than Zermatt. The town of Zermatt is great. The on mountain food of Zermatt is amazing IMO. My favorite restaurant in all the world is Chez Vrony. Just absolutely love that place! Although I don't think the off-piste is going to be much to partake of in either locale due to coverage, I really like the off-piste in Lech/Zuers/St Anton/Stuben. In Zermatt you have a lot of very exposed terrain/glaciers to deal with. I think St Anton/Lech is great for intermediates. Lots of long cruisers. But Zermatt is pretty close on that account too.
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Wed 4-01-17 22:34
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@gore95 I would echo @Redwine's comments. I had a situation last year where I was able to cancel a hotel booking in Switzerland last Christmas at no cost, but did take a hit on the airfare side as I ended up not going to Europe. But, I ended up skiing powder all week when I rebooked a last minute stateside ski holiday in Sun Valley. True, there's little to compare on the culture side between the two. (For me skiing powder trumped everything else, and no regrets. )But if you can rebook for Austria, that looks to be the better bet for near term snow coverage. This time of year in early January, there will be lodging available.
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Wed 4-01-17 20:59
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Mammoth are reporting 50", yes, 50 inches of fresh snow overnight. That's amazing! A lot of moisture in that AR coming off the Pacific. Up to 7 inches of precip. which equals lots and lots of snow. http://www.mammothmountain.com/winter/mountain-information/mountain-information/storm-tracker
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Wed 4-01-17 19:44
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Sat in Reno, NV at the mo - so much snow, so much weather, resorts are completely closed or partially closed. Dangerous driving conditions. I wanted snow, but not THIS much Sometimes too much of a good thing... Looks like the wind, and the freezing levels are all over the place for Tahoe. More coming later in the week too. Such polar opposites with Europe and the snow fall for the USA West Coast.
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Tue 3-01-17 3:19
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More about that freak dumpage at Mission Ridge, WA. Probably a very, very rare event. Especially the magnitude. And very localized too. http://www.turns-all-year.com/skiing_snowboarding/trip_reports/index.php?topic=37461.0
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Mon 2-01-17 23:40
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Mission Ridge on January 2nd. https://www.instagram.com/p/BOxlToeDGyB/
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Mon 2-01-17 20:57
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My first time skiing Europe was the '89/'90 year. I was in the Arlberg over Christmas that year in Fiss. Was not used to such small amounts of snow in late December having grown up in Utah and Alaska where the norm was a few meters base by Xmas. But I also went to Chamonix and was in Avoriaz that year (1990)in February and had some really good powder days. The season in Europe reminds me of what the West Coast USA went through 3 seasons ago with a blocking high set up several hundred miles off the coast, and just wouldn't let anything through. Even late in the season when something got through it was too warm, or it was just a weak front that dropped a few measly centimeters. It turned out to be a very bad season with most resorts in Tahoe and Oregon, Washington reporting the worst snowfall records since records have been kept. Hopefully that doesn't happen for the ski resorts in Europe this season. Only time will tell. Meanwhile, over on my side of the pond there are a series of storms coming in down in Cali that will drop some fairly high amounts of snow in Tahoe and Mammoth. Those storms will also make there way over to Utah and Colorado. Quite a bit of moisture is loaded in these storms coming off the Pacific. Could be up to two meters on the high end over the next 7 days. Cold air is circulating down out of the Gulf of Alaska that will keep snow levels fairly low. But will be a bit of a up and down on the snow levels as cold and warm air mixes as the storms come in. It's one thing that makes forecasting snow fall amounts a tricky business. PNW just had a storm come through that weather forecasters were calling "weak". Snowfall amounts were "trace amounts" to a few inches with the possibility that maybe 8" in the North Cascades at Mt. Baker might fall. Even the day of the storm, the weather forecast called for clearing and blue skies. The blue skies were never seen as it just dumped the entire day, and into the evening. Turned out after all was said and done that most ski areas in the PNW had 13" to a staggering 39" in a 24 hour period for little Mission Ridge in the Eastern Cascades. Just looking at Mt Rainier today and it is covered in a blanket of clouds and webcams still showing snow showers. Weather has a mind of its own. And when it is mountain weather, it does some funky things that sometimes are unpredicted.
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Mon 2-01-17 20:37
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Folks. Probably the most snow dry festive period in last 25+ seasons.. This is why we need White Gold NOW and tonnes & tonnes of it ! https://youtu.be/5b_f3m9JfV4 Wow, that is pretty stark looking conditions. Don't count your centimeters of snow until it has fallen.
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Mon 2-01-17 16:30
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Somehow Mission Ridge in Wenatchee squeezed out 28" of snow in the past 24 hrs! Could be some wind loading of the snow stake. :~/ Taking today off to rest the legs and the back which took a shot after hooking a tip yesterday on a semi-buried tree tip, that flipped me onto a cat track. It will be cold and mostly dry for the next few days. The Jet Stream is checking out the Sierra's for the next few days, which should delivery quite a bit of snow. I've read a few forecasts calling for about 5 feet over the next 7 days. Forecast for PNW and BC are looking at sometime toward the end of the week into the weekend for a return of some more precip. Hopefully with cold temps.
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Mon 2-01-17 2:23
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Well they got the forecast wrong today. Only calling for a few inches in the Cascade. They did issue a caveat, that a convergence zone might come into play. Well the CZ came into play, and it was good. Ridiculously good. 13" reported at Stevens Pass. 9" reported at 5:30AM at Crystal. I even had a few inches of snow in my neighborhood. So it was a great way to start the 2017 year. I decided on Crystal today. Was glad I did. Was just an amazing day. With lots of face shots, and basically no crowds. Rode the lift by myself most of the day, except for an hour in which I skied with a like minded Seattleite. But it just kept snowing, and snowing, and snowing. Probably an inch an hour. So by the time the lift started spinning, there was over a foot. Some very light snow, with cold temps today. Somewhere in the neighborhood of -7 to -9 Celsius kept the snow nice and light and dry. Was going down to the base unless you really opened it up to get the float. Just a few random pics. First 5 laps I hardly crossed a track. Even 2 hours in I was finding loads of untracked. Just an amazing start to January. And feeling very blessed with our bountiful snow fall. http://i530.photobucket.com/albums/dd348/mozartmccoy/IMG_2746_zpsuksoe1d3.jpghttp://i530.photobucket.com/albums/dd348/mozartmccoy/IMG_2708_zps8bmp1oph.jpg
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Sat 31-12-16 16:02
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@Brothergrimm, get yourself to the pacific-northwest, Awesome place to ski and they are getting pounded! It's been a December to remember in the PNW. Typical La Nina winter shaping up to provide at least at present a lot of snow. I can attest to first hand experience. Most Cascade ski areas are getting close to 5 meter snowfall totals for the season to date. A cold High Pressure is coming in, and temps will be close to or slightly below 0 C to ring in the new year. (I'm talking about temps at Sea Level) So the mtns will be cold! Groomers are like velvet these days. And the snow has been more like Champagne, or at least sparking wine than what we refer to as Cascade Concrete. Even Tahoe area is having a very good December. Of course that brings crowds to partake in the snow. All the main ski resorts of Colorado, Utah, and California have really good snow bases, as more cold air coming down from the Arctic to keep the snow well preserved. Same goes for BC ski areas. Pic from yesterday skiing at Stevens Pass in 30 CM of fresh. http://i530.photobucket.com/albums/dd348/mozartmccoy/Stevens%20Pass%202_zpsk4zpjitf.jpg Have a safe and Happy New Year!
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Sat 31-12-16 0:26
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Mt Baker reported 9", Stevens scored a foot, which I sampled today! Very nice soft turns today. Large crowds though. Getting close to 5 meters snowfall in the Cascades. And not quite January yet. Supposedly one more round to go on Saturday late afternoon into evening for a white start to the New Year. Stay safe out there. Talked to some folks on the lift that knew this gentlemen that passed away this week. http://www.tri-cityherald.com/news/local/article123484134.html
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Wed 28-12-16 20:37
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@philwig Great pics! Keep 'em coming! Another storm set to roll into BC and PNW on Thursday into Friday. Again forecasting for between 20cm-50cm. Cold temps with snow levels almost to sea level in some areas means some dry light powder to be ridden.
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Wed 28-12-16 20:32
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I've become a last minute man in recent years, although I'm lucky enough to have a working life that facilitates that. Had too many poor snow trips and powder meant that much to me that I was tired of it. Its gotten to the point that even if I do go stateside it will be last minute (I am hoping there's some kind of we powder over there). Having said that, there's no point in worrying about the end of january now and anyway what happens in the day or two prior to going and while you're there is key to that dragon chase. You need fresh snow, low temps and low winds. I've travelled for 30cm fresh only to find it warm and raining the next day. I've also travelled to a resort closed the day before due to too much snow and avalanche risk but found the place was completely scoured of the fresh by the wind by the time I got up. So I had to add new variables to my conditions for optimal travel learnt from experience. If you're on here posting then you love skiing, if you love skiing then you'll enjoy it even in sub optimal conditions. There are plenty of people posting here from resorts still enjoying themselves. If people haven't booked hold off if they can, if people have booked and are travelling around the world consider changing their final destination closer to the time when they know where the best conditions are. And if you can't do either of the above you'll still enjoy yourself. Please don't worry about late january its far too early for that. Have to agree with this. I had a few trips over the years that were clunkers. (bad conditions that even included lift closures on multiple days :( ) As I've gotten older, I've gotten more last minute with the ski trips. Of course I live in ski country here in the Cascades and can be in the steep & deep in less than an hour if it's dumping. But sometimes you want to go somewhere else. Sometimes you want to experience different cultures/food/vibes,terrain etc..Sometimes you want to ski powder! After canceling a trip to Europe for Xmas 2015, and then re-booking something last minute on a DIY trip that was really cheap, that included a stupendous amount of snow and powder, I'm inclined to continue the last minute thingy. I've done it a few times with really amazing short ski trips chasing storms. Obviously when you book somtheing in advance you develop snow fever waiting and watching when the winter isn't going the way you planned or hoped for. Been there done that. @8611 Check out www.powderchasers.com Not quite as good as wepowder but they do a pretty good job for storm chasing on this side of the pond. (and yes that current forecast has been spot on, and awesome conditions right now.
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Mon 26-12-16 18:45
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Mon 26-12-16 14:27
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@Toadman, Mohawk looks epic!! Merry Xmas ... Happy Boxing Day! Headed back West tomorrow. Looks like it will be a good storm cycle for the West Coast PNW areas as well. Forecast calling for between 1 foot to 3 feet between Monday and Thursday for the Cascade range from Oregon, and up into BC. Can't wait to get back out there.
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Sun 25-12-16 14:13
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