Powder and More Powder!

Hello skiers and snowboarders! Last Thursday's snowpack report presented rather modest figures, with percentages of normal snowpack ranging from 50% in the Mt. Baker area to 33% in the Olympics. However, hold onto your beanies, because a significant shift is on the horizon! With the forecasted snowfall for the upcoming week, we anticipate a dramatic increase, possibly reaching 80% or mor....

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Powder this Saturday, then MUCH MORE coming!

Hello skiers and snowboarders, Friday will bring some sun breaks to enjoy your turns. Saturday will bring some new snowfall and the map below shows that we will get from 5 to 8 inches for the West Cascades resorts of Mt. Baker, Stevens Pass, Snoqualmie Pass, and Crystal. On Saturday the East Cascades and Inland Areas are expecting between 2 to 4 inches, this includes Mission Ridge, White....

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Light Snowfall For The Week. Extended Looking Great!

Hello skiers and snowboarders, Photo is from Denis DuBois skiing this weekend at Paradise Mt. Rainier and he reported variable powder and wind slab. Short term A broad trough of low pressure is off the California Coast and much of the moderate mountain snow is directed into the Sierra. However, the Washington Cascades will still get some light snowfall for the mid mountain slope....

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Powder and Sun Await You

Hello skiers and snowboarders, Short term Here are the 24 hour new snowfall totals as of Thursday morning for areas that did the best: Snoqualmie Pass 3 inches, White Pass 7 inches, Crystal 10 inches, and Mission Ridge 9 inches. Short term Here are the 24 hour new snowfall totals as of Thursday morning for areas that did the best: Snoqualm....

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Snow Today and Monday!

Hello skiers and snowboarders! Short term We currently have a strong southerly flow which will bring rain to the lower slopes. Then later today and into early Monday snow levels lower to 3000 to 4000'. The first map below shows cumulative snowfall for the period from today through 1 pm Monday. Snow totals for this period are; Crystal, Snoqualmie Pass, Stevens, Crystal 4 to 6 inches mainl....

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