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2019-11-03 - Nov 3, 2019 - European Alps now colder and snowy...
From the last update on Oct 23 (11 days ago, still on track) "It looks like we will be seeing a major changeover to the weather in the Alps after Halloween, with some very cold air and energetic storms expected to visit the region....Read More
2019-10-30 - Coldest Temperatures Ever Recorded for October from Yellowstone NP to Colorado...
Wednesday morning October 30th, we are looking at the coldest temperatures ever recorded across the intermountain west this morning, as cold as -30f around Yellowstone Lake and near Big Piney in western Wyoming, -20 to -25 across portions of western Montana, and with the snow clearing out, its near zero in Aspen this morning with clouds and lingering snow, and -10 to -15 in colder Colorado valleys mainly north of the I-70 where clouds are clearing out, and -13 up on Berthoud Pass at 12,500 feet, with winds gusting to 25mph (wow, COLD)....Read More
2019-10-29 - Bogus Basin making snow; Long Range Weather Outlook
Updated Tuesday, 4:15pm MST, October 29, 2019 - With below zero temperatures at 10,000 feet it’s no wonder that snowmaking at Bogus Basin has been great, and its looking like a lot of volume out of that snow gun! Snowmaking looks great but we lose some of the cold later tomorrow and Thursday for marginal to no snowmaking, marginal snowmaking Friday, then warmer Saturday the 2nd of November through the 8-10th, base elevation high temps mostly in the 40’s and 50’s through that period, then Pacific storms start moving in with rain and snow across the western US and Canada, snow for Bogus Basin! LONGER RANGE OUTLOOK: We start to see warming temperatures around Halloween (by Friday) into early November as the action shifts more to the east coast/ eastern US....Read More
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