The more new snow your local area received, the greater the consequences of a storm slab or loose snow avalanche in the coming days.
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You can contribute to a NASA research program when you backcountry ski next. This raises the question of why are astronauts interested in ski touring? Collecting snow depth data helps better predict weather, watershed runoff and so much more about our wild planet. NASA’s earth science program is interested in collecting height of snow (snow …
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We’re mid way into January and once again we’re looking at snowpack and where the best powder turns lie. We’re well into an average powder season and the question is, who has the most snow today? In this season’s Top 10 Powder Resorts Report, once again it’s no surprise that the top five resorts with …
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Weather patterns across North America have been abnormally fickle in recent years, with the jet stream snaking around and stalling out unpredictably, so, put a wish in your pocket, we could conceivably end up with a banner powder year.
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Powder is forecast for most of British Columbia starting later this week and just in time for Whistler’s opening! The massive low pressure front will hit the west coast beginning this thursday. This powder storm will impact the Coastal range, most of the Rockies and everything in between. 20cms or more is very likely by …
Read more Powder Forecast for Whistler’s Opening