Tag Archive: snowfall

Aug 10

A Snowy Season Ahead? …Some forecasters think so.

Many forecasters believe the coming winter could be another snowy one for the mountains of the northeast, thanks in part to a prevailing La Nina condition in the Pacific and the effect this could have on the jet stream pattern for our region. According to the report on Accuweather.com’s Meteorloical Madness blog, “…The cold will …

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Dec 13

Backcountry Update: Fresh Snow is Falling

Life is good when fresh snow falls day after day after day – a pattern we might be settling into this week. With snow falling steadily across the northeast’s mountains by late in the day Monday, Tuesday morning promises to offer fresh tracks on established downhill ski trails and higher elevation nordic trails. Still, the …

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Nov 12

Gear Giveaway: Winter 10/11 – How Deep?

We all know it can snow a lot in the northeast – and the powder can be absurdly deep – but we rarely go through a winter without a bit of rain and warm weather washing away at least some of the snowy gains we’ve made. Still, the snow can really pile up, and during …

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Jun 26

Updated Weather Page – Check it out!

12-Hour Loop for Northern Hemisphere U.S./Canada – Courtesy: Unisys Weather Whether you are a weather junkie or not, take a peek at our newly updated weather page, which includes some cool time-lapse infrared, satellite and water vapor or the U.S. and the Northeast. As we continue to make improvements to this page, please feel free …

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