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support your avy center

Wednesday, November 7th, 2018

  If you utilize your local avy center’s resources, including their daily reports, consider helping them out. Most of these centers operate on fairly limited funding and need our financial help to get the report out every day. Visit the Sierra Avalanche Center, which services the Tahoe area and provides daily navy conditions updates, weather-related […]

watching

Wednesday, October 10th, 2018

  2018-2019 season is underway in Colorado and Utah…. 18″ up high in the Rockies, turns being made, though a bit scratchy this time of year…. Tahoe is still waiting it’s turn… which may be awhile. We’ve had a few dustings over the last week, but model runs are showing clear and dry everywhere but […]

something out there

Tuesday, December 19th, 2017

Snow in the forecast – we have a strong, fast-moving, and cold system dropping in for a quick hit Tuesday night – Wednesday. We could see up to 10-12 inches above 7,000′, and there is very cold air in place, which will stay around, so we could have a great reset … this snow will […]

Pow + Ridge!

Monday, December 4th, 2017

Six inches and a lot of wind and cold out there – fantastic ski conditions. We had very high winds (110mph) associated with this system, so be aware of wind loading and slabs. Above 8000′ the snowpack is in great shape, really much like mid-winter, and the riding is great. East winds are in effect […]

Incoming – first real storm?

Friday, October 27th, 2017

Weather remains beautiful for the next week. End of next week, however, we will see our first early winter system move in, with decent precip and cold temps, with a first real start to a snowpack up high. And cold air behind it. Stay tuned as the next few days will reveal a lot more […]

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