This storm just keeps on rolling and delivering the goods. Today, the system wraps in the Pacific Northwest exiting Oregon later this morning.
The heaviest part of the storm impacts Tahoe today, with likely a couple of feet, before it slides out tomorrow morning. Cold temperatures in the low 20’s with the usual Tahoe wind (50’s). Mt Rose is opening up early this Friday, so check the website for updates.
Utah resorts get in on the action today. It’ll be windy as the storm continues its march across the Wasatch Mountains, gusts in the low 40’s. Temperatures will be around 30 at the base today and tomorrow, before the floor drops out Wednesday night, with temps in the low teens.
The storm reaches Colorado tomorrow. I am expecting 4-8 for most resorts. I will dive into further details tomorrow. There will be a break in the weather after this system exits. I am expecting a small wave that should hit Colorado and maybe Utah, around Tuesday. Last time thru ABasin picked up 3 inches.
Meier Skis in Denver
Quick shout out to Meier Skis in Denver. They do it all, from making custom skis, tuning, gear, or just stop by to have a beer in their Craft Skiery (the world’s first brewery in a ski shop).
Thanks for reading the blog, we have some cool things to announce in the coming days, as well as the next long-range forecast. As always if you have any questions, please use the comment section below or send an email to Mike@FutureSnow.co
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