We are rolling along with the new pattern verifying. Lake Tahoe finally gets in on the action with a Winter Storm Warning (sound effect engaged). This storm will bring in around 1-2 feet with the usual high winds in the 60’s and somewhat cold temperatures.
We forecasted this storm back on October 7th, 23 days ago and well beyond model range. How do we do it? We have a patent pending system that allows us to do what no one else can do–or even come close. Forecast with a high probability of being correct, more than 30 days out (last year 89.3%).
This is breakthrough in climate modeling technology that we are bringing to you. This is one of the cool new features, this year, that will aid us in forecasting to hopefully get in the 90% range. I will talk more about this in a future blog post.
Latest HRRR Model Run
We will go more in-depth once we get a more resorts open. Enjoy the snow! It’s starting to look pretty white out there, from Powder Highway down to Colorado! Thanks for reading the blog. Mike
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