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I know - it's still early, but I thought (in my eager anticipation) perhaps late enough to see the beginnings of some snow. Just thought to ask if anyone had started to see any ...
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I know - it's still early, but I thought (in my eager anticipation) perhaps late enough to see the beginnings of some snow. Just thought to ask if anyone had started to see any ...
We spent yesterday and last night in Chamonix.

Last night it snowed about 10-15cm (6-9") from about the 2,000 meter elevation level and up. When I get back home I'll post a couple of photos I took as we were leaving this morning. It was gorgeous.
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Snowed on the Ridge at Bridger Bowl the night before last. The snow didn't last there but it lasted all day in the Hyalites and Spanish Peaks.
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None at snowbird yet. Last year at this time it snowed about a foot above 8000'. IMHO, it's a bad omen to have snow in the mountains this time of year. It seems, at least to me, the best ski seasons follow warm falls.
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tahoe is expecting snow tomorrow down to 6500 ft.
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Snowed close to 2 meters on the Zugsputze last week. Yesterday and today saw snow as well. They got more in Austria. Snow was down to about 1000 m. It all melted at the lower elevations, of course, but it seems to be sticking around on the glaciers.
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we have snow covered mountains. 13K and up are covered. Leaf change is in effect and the mountains are topped with snow. It has begun!
post #8 of 17
none on Steamboat or on Rabbit Ears yet
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Will this do? September 17, 2007.
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It's in the low 70's today, and there's just a little dusting remaining on the northern faces.
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post #10 of 17
Supposed to snow in the mountains around L.A. Friday---that'll be a first if it happens!
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I woke up today to see new fallen snow in the mountains. I'm at Red Mountain BC at the moment. sorry, no pics.
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We had snow on the peaks today, here's the mountain's shot for the day:



This was on the mountain's website and must have been taken as the day wore on, as around 10 AM when I saw it there was far more snow.
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Lots of snow on the front range of the Canadian Rockies and there were flurries in Calgary today.

(edit: or rather yesterday since midnight has come and gone)
post #14 of 17
not to give maggots too much credit, but they have "full on" photos on snow and snowing at tahoe from last nite. might be worth checking out if youre hard up for snow like i am:

http://www.tetongravity.com/forums/s...ad.php?t=95293
post #15 of 17
Flurries down to 4000' here two days ago.
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Got some on the upper 2500 vertical at W/B on Tuesday night/Wednesday morning. It's melted off now, much to the relief of the Peak to Peak gondola building workers.
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Light snow in calgary past two days nothing stuck around tho, rocky mountains are starting to see some too!
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