The slow start to winter continues in the Cascades. Yesterday I was asked by a ski area manager what is going on and my short answer was an uncooperative jet stream. Basically we like a consolidated west flow over the Northwest for snow production in the Cascades. What we have now instead is unconsolidated weak ...
We've yet to turn the page on the wet fall and start the winter snowfall in earnest, so we have delayed launching into daily forecasts for now. A bit of snow today at mid and upper elevations brought about 6-8" new. It shouldn't make much of a difference once we hit the work week, as ...
Written by Dennis on Nov. 28, 2014 .
Last update on Nov. 28, 2014.
What a turkey of a week in the mountains, one that you've heard more about river flood warnings than fresh snow in the mountains or resort openings. Most of our precipitation gages have not washed away despite a few stations recording 10 or more inches of rain in the last 4 and a half days (we lost connection with the Paradise ...
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We had a good go at getting winter off the ground last weekend with the arrival of a solid 1-3 feet of snow throughout the region. However ...
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