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I've found your Kirkwood forecast to be the most on-point forecast for the entire region for about eight years, especially when I lived in Reno/Tahoe. Matter of fact, I've been watching closely now that I live in the PNW and travel south for the storms. It's NEVER let me down!

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Short and Long Range weather outlook for southwest Canada!
Posted Oct 27, 2018 - A relatively warm storm system is moving in for today and Sunday with showers all across southern British Columbia and southwest Alberta, starting out heavy right now, Saturday night, for the Vancouver, BC area: WUNIDS_map_Canada_10272018 The next several days to before Halloween look like this in terms of precipitation: gfs_mslp_pcpn_frzn_nwus_fh6-96 (2) And here is how snowfall is looking for now through just after the 10th of November: (45 to 90cm of snow (18" to 36") is possible in the next 16 days for areas 1,200 to 1,500+ meters in elevation (4,000 to 5,000 feet), which includes many resorts base to top!)
45 to 90cm of snow (18" to 36") is possible in the next 16 days for areas 1,200 to 1,500+ meters in elevation (4,000 to 5,000 feet), which includes many resorts base to top!
45 to 90cm of snow (18" to 36") is possible in the next 16 days for areas 1,200 to 1,500+ meters in elevation (4,000 to 5,000 feet), which includes many resorts base to top!
My latest discussion, highlighting one of our new sponsors, Revelstoke! Link to Revelstoke Forecast Link to all British Columbia, Canada Forecasts
2018-12-03 - December 03, 2018 - Inland Empire (Eastern WA, North ID, Northwest MT) Long Range Weather Outlook
Some snow lingers across?mainly Silver Mountain to lookout and east to Whitefish today, but clears out in dry northwest winds across eastern Washington, 49N and Mt Spokane, to Schweitzer today. High pressure ridges in across the region?this week. GREAT START AND WHAT IS COMING THIS WEEK: -What a season start! The snow and conditions have been very nice! This week: Some snow lingers across?mainly Silver Mountain?to lookout and east to Whitefish today, but clears out in dry northwest winds across eastern Washington, 49N and Mt Spokane, to Schweitzer today, then,?No storms,?chilly, sunny, and becoming milder this week as high pressure ridges in across?the region, sunshine for the mountains, but good snow-preserving COLD air to start the week, along with a predominately north/ northwest flow of winds overhead and across the mountains... Here is?Lookout Pass with a 12" base, as of closing on Sunday... Here is the snow outlook from the GFS, for?this coming week and coming weekend of December 3rd - 9th... Notice the snow clipping?Whitefish MR/ Glacier NP?around Wednesday (Tuesday night through Wednesday night), otherwise no precipitation is expected. LONGER RANGE: It looks like El Nino is not an official anomaly yet, as I expected in my September LR forecast, so we are in an ENSO Neutral phase, though in the latest update from NOAA, we are seeing warming waters, still a weak El Nino at best. The developing storm track and recent storms are showing signs of an El Nino effect, tracking to the south. CM Next week, 10th onward, we expect?a couple of snow storms and?light to moderate?snowfall,?as it looks like the trend with this pattern is for storms to split (upper-level high pressure ridge anomaly over western Canada) as they move into the west coast, sending energy south into the United States (but more toward California this time), but because these look like?strong and cold systems (ask Niseko, Japan)?they are still capable of?moderate snowfall across the region, mainly early and late next week. It looks like?2 storms total for next week (10th - 15th), with the last one toward the 14th-15th (Next Friday and the weekend) possibly the strongest. Here is that period represented by the GFS:? (NO CHANGE from the last LR update) : We expect a slow down and more sunshine as we approach the Christmas and New Year holiday period, but not before some snow?shows?up through and past mid-December (until the 20th at least)... There will still be some storm energy at times for some fresh snow during the holiday break. In January storms should kick in again on a more regular basis. More updates are coming. Do you have any ideas on what you want to see in our discussions? Please contact through the site! We do not charge for any of our info, and have been providing it since 1998, "Predicting Sick Days since 1998"! CM...More

2018-12-02 - December 02, 2018 - Southwest Canada (BC and Alberta) Long Range Weather Outlook
Some snow lingers across southeast BC (including?Revelstoke MR) this morning, but clears out in dry north winds today (Monday), then,?No storms, CHILLY, high pressure ridge across western Canada, sunshine for the mountain, but good snow-preserving COLD air under a north/ northwest flow of winds overhead and across the mountain. HOW DID WE DO (please contact chris@snowforecast.com or comment below)??Let us know please...?This is what we?WERE forecasting for opening weekend: "Friday (opening day at the stoke) through the weekend, we expect storm energy to track just to the south while a high pressure ridge starts building in over western Canada, with most snow hitting the Pacific Northwest of the US, some occasional snow for the mid and lower mountain areas in southwest Canada, in much COLDER air as it is dragged out of the north....More

2018-12-02 - December 02, 2018 - Aspen and Western Colorado Short/ Long Range Outlook
COLD across western Colorado Monday and Tuesday, lingering very light snow Monday, plenty of sun on Tuesday, warming Wednesday, dense moisture-laden snow late Thursday and Friday, mostly light for Aspen-Snowmass, lighter for northern resorts like Winter Park, and HEAVY for southwest Colorado, then a mostly sunny weekend.! HOW?ARE WE DOING (please contact chris@snowforecast.com or comment below)??Let us know please... GREAT START!? ?WHAT'S COMING THIS WEEK? -What a season start! The snow and conditions have been amazing!?For this week:?Today and Tuesday look COLD, with instability and lingering snow showers at times today, but more sunshine on Tuesday....More

2018-11-29 - Nov 29, 2018 - Next week in Aspen and Western Colorado
Next week we expect a mostly down period, with a high pressure ridge building in across the western US, but for Colorado that means some good, regular shots of snow for the northwest slopes and near-divide ski areas, Vail and east, and north....More