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As if the skiers in Washington haven't already noticed, the weather service announced another La Nina has formed meaning heavier snow in the PNW for the next month, less in California and a continuing drought in Texas.
post #2 of 14
And continuing drought in New Mexico... Grrrrrrrrr. I hate having to drive 150 + miles to get to decent snow - but it could be worse....
post #3 of 14
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Originally Posted by MisterK
And continuing drought in New Mexico... Grrrrrrrrr. I hate having to drive 150 + miles to get to decent snow - but it could be worse....
I have to drive 180, to ski on ice!
post #4 of 14
Exactly
post #5 of 14
if that means next month is like last month....i hate that i have to work and cant ski jackson every day.
post #6 of 14
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Originally Posted by abutterer
if that means next month is like last month....i hate that i have to work and cant ski jackson every day.
They're predicting heavier than normal precipitation in a wide band through the Northwest in February. Jackson & Targhee were on the southern edge of the band.
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Originally Posted by Rio
They're predicting heavier than normal precipitation in a wide band through the Northwest in February.
Who is "they"?
post #8 of 14
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Originally Posted by Rio
As if the skiers in Washington haven't already noticed, the weather service announced another La Nina has formed meaning heavier snow in the PNW for the next month, less in California and a continuing drought in Texas.
that means the high temps and "drought" conditions predicted for thenext two weeks are only temporary. I'm telling you guys, this is going to be a six month season this year!
post #9 of 14
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Originally Posted by Rio
As if the skiers in Washington haven't already noticed, the weather service announced another La Nina has formed meaning heavier snow in the PNW for the next month, less in California and a continuing drought in Texas.
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Bring it on!!! Now I've GOT to get my fat skis mounted soon.
post #10 of 14
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Originally Posted by eyeski
I have to drive 180, to ski on ice!
I have to drive 300 miles to ski on the same ice
post #11 of 14
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Originally Posted by Rio
As if the skiers in Washington haven't already noticed, the weather service announced another La Nina has formed meaning heavier snow in the PNW for the next month, less in California and a continuing drought in Texas.
I'm disappointed that the new snow for February isn't coming this weekend per current forcasts: I've been trying for 4 or 5 years to get my Portland, Oregon based ski buddies to travel north with me to ski Crystal Mt. Well, that will finally happen this weekend as we have a condo on the hill booked for 3 nights this weekend and we're going to get old snow...
post #12 of 14
At Bachelor, no snow in the forcaast for 2 weeks (and warm-45 degrees on the hill yesterday). It looks like spring has arrived!
post #13 of 14
Don't talk about that season... 2 more months of snow.... just think positively. I want 10+ inch weeks until march 20th, then it can get warm and I will stop caring. 30 days till my trip to UT.
post #14 of 14

La Nina

What does this mean for the I-70 corridor? Aspen?

I was trying do a search for prior La Nina years, but haven't found anything yet.

Chris.
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