Snow in New England – Powder Day Alert!
Summary This article originally appeared on Opensnow.com by Sam Webber and Lauren McCarthy. Low pressure tracking over New England today will cause snow to fall throughout the day, leaving skiers and riders with continuous powder runs. The low departs the… Read More →
Snow Falling on Both Coasts- Deep Powder Abundant
This article was originally posted on Opensnow.com by Powderchaser Steve. Summary 12-18 inches for New England (Chase now) and 2-3 feet for the Sierra are likely (Chase Thursday-Friday). The rest of the west gets light to moderate snow midweek pushing… Read More →
Turkey Day Powder with Stronger Systems for the Weekend.
This article was originally posted on Opensnow.com by PowderChaser Steve. Summary 3 storm systems move ashore this week with 2 decent waves of 5-10 inches for the Sierra (10-20 storm totals). Those systems tease the Rockies mid-week and start cranking… Read More →
Deep Pow for New England and a Moderate Tease for the Northern Rockies
This article was originally posted on opensnow.com by Powderchaser Steve. Summary 8-11 inches of snow will be falling in central and northern New England to close the week out. You can chase to Mount Snow, Killington, Stowe, Wildcat or Sunday… Read More →
Snow Blankets Both East and West Coasts
This article was originally posted on OpenSnow.com by Meteorologist Joel Gratz. Summary Just like earlier in March, both coasts are going to see action this week. Yet another Nor’ Easter will bring snow to New England, and a series of storms will also… Read More →
Colorado and Utah Resorts Getting Powder This Weekend
All weather information is from OpenSnow.com Colorado On Wednesday night, the steadiest snow fell in the southern mountains (2-10 inches) while most other central and northern mountains received a dusting to an inch. We’ll see a similar pattern on Thursday, with… Read More →