Posted April 25, 6:15 am MT 5:15 am PT
Snow Stake Cams
MSLP Surface Chart thru Apr 28
Forever winter continues with good snow totals last night, with generally 3-5 inches for most resorts with Solitude, in Utah, the winner so far with 8. Alta is still tracking snowfall and is officially in the 900 club (901). Wow!
Today, expect scattered snow showers this morning for Utah resorts, another 2-4 possible. Temperatures steady today in the upper 20’s with lithe winds between 10-15 at base level.
Colorado will start out dry as the second wave of the storm will come through this afternoon, as early as 1 o’clock. Not much will fall before the lifts close, however significant snow will fall tonight. In fact, our favorite phrase has been issued for the passes. Winter Storm Warnings go into effect today at noon.
Next Storm Thursday Night (Storm 91 and 91.5)
The next system is an Albertia Clipper, that will impact the British Columbia coast Wednesday and drop south southeast hitting Utah and Colorado by Friday. I say storm 91.5 because there was an omission on the Long-range Forecast chart. There are two Utah storms in a row, storms 91 and 92. The omitted storm should be in between those two for the date of the 28th.
Not a big deal this time of year, but I don’t like to make mistakes, especially on the Long-range. Check out the four day totals below–impressive.
Snowbird, Solitude and Park City
Breckenridge, Arapahoe Basin, Copper Mountain, Winter Park and Loveland
Long-Range Forecast Prediction Chart Updated
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Pacific Northwest Cascade Mountains
Lake Tahoe Sierra Mountains
Utah Wasatch Mountains
Colorado Rocky Mountains
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