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Overnight Totals

Crystal 10, Mt Hood Timberline 13, Stevens Pass 7, Mt Baker 6, Revelstoke 6

Forecast Summary

Stevens PassCrystal MountainMt BachelorTimberline Mt Hood
Winter Storm Warning for Washington (ends 10 am)

Washington Today
Today, the storm wraps this morning and bluebird skies will prevail this afternoon.  Light winds and cool temperatures in the low 20’s.  The next system moves in Tuesday evening.


Snow today, 2-4”with high winds (40 mph Gusts), and bitter cold with temperatures  falling to the teens this afternoon, with wind chills as low as -15, yes negative 15!  That’s 1 run and in for a warmup. Mt Hood Timberline is going to try to open today, check the website if your going up.  I want to hear from you if you do  send an email to
Mt Hood Meadows is planning on opening tomorrow, Mt Bachelor Wednesday.

Next Storm arrives tomorrow afternoon/evening, likely after the lifts stop spinning.  We are looking at 6-10” before first chair Wednesday, with snow all day with additional accumulations, around the foot, by Thursday night. Again, it’s going to be windy, however, at the present it looks like only 20-30 mph. 


The storm will be moving in this morning around 8 AM. Temperatures falling throughout the day settling on the upper teens with moderate winds with windchills around 0.  Daytime accumulations today in the 5-9 range for Alta, Snowbird, and Brighton, with 3-5 likely for Park City.  Expect an additional 2-4 overnight.
The next system moves in Thursday afternoon/evening.


The storm moves in this afternoon around 2 o’clock. The heaviest precipitation will fall after the lifts stop running.  Presently the bull’s-eye looks to be around steamboat, I’m expecting 2-day storm totals around  8-12 for Steamboat, 6-10 Vail/Beavercreek, 5-8 Aspen, 4-6 Breckenridge, Keystone and Arapahoe Basin.

The western and southern mountains, Powderhorn, Telluride, Wolf and Silverton, expect totals to be in the 4 to 8 range.


Snow throughout the day ending around 3-4 o’clock for most mountains.  Cold temperatures in the low 20’s with wind chills around the single digits.

Next system hits Thursday night.

Long-Range Forecast thru December 21st

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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



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