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Next Storm Hits Tahoe Tomorrow

By January 3, 2023One Comment

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Kirkwood

Forecast Summary 

Powderhorn Colorado coming in with a surprise 7, this morning, as a little cell got hung up and its east Colorado, with the high mark this morning.  Powderhorn is just east of Grand Junction, which isn’t a bad drive to Telluride or Silverton.  If you’re looking for a cheaper flight, other than direct to Telluride., GJ is a good alternative to save a couple hundred bucks.  It is a beautiful drive through the Grand Mesa, with cool mountain towns along the way.  Stop at GNAR in Ridgeway for Tacos, or some high-quality chow at The Outlaw in Ouray.   

The storm we broke down yesterday is on its way and will impact the Lake Wednesday, by midday.  The low is centered off the coast between California and Oregon and the outer band will move north northeast thru Oregon resorts and then Washington Wednesday and Wednesday night.  

The outer band hits Lake Tahoe Wednesday mid-morning and we will have to deal with high snow levels again, until Wednesday night, when they are expected to drop below lake level.  This is a mini-AR (atmospheric river) with a moisture tap that dips south and west of Baja Mexico and stretches all the way to Hawaii.   You can see it on the MSLP chart below, after the jet stream charts.   

Forecast for Wednesday

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Forecasted Areas

Pacific Northwest Cascade Mountains

Crystal MountainMount Hood MeadowsTimberline49 Degrees North,  BachelorMt Baker,

Lake Tahoe Sierra Mountains

HeavenlyPalisades TahoeKirkwoodDodge RidgeDonner Ski Ranch

Utah Wasatch Mountains

AltaPark CityDeer ValleyBrightonSnowbirdBrian Head

Colorado Rocky Mountains

AspenAspen HighlandsSnowmassVailBeaver Creek,  Winter ParkKeystoneArapahoe BasinBreckenridgeCopper MountainPowderhornSki CooperTellurideCrested ButteSilvertonWolf CreekEldoraLoveland

 

One Comment

  • porpoiseboy says:

    Thanks for the Powderhorn shout out. It also snowed pretty much all day today there too. As far as I can tell that’s the deepest base we’ve had at this time of year at least in the 14 seasons I’ve been skiing there. Cheers

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