Mt. Baker, WA = 13 FEET of Snow Forecast for Next 4 Days!!


NOAA forecast for Mt. Baker, WA.  September 28th, 2013

NOAA forecast for Mt. Baker, WA. September 28th, 2013.  Do the math, it adds up to 155” in 4 days.  Damn.

Right after writing the previous post about Whister’s Monster 4 foot storm we decided to look at Mt. Baker’s Forecast…

Whoa.  We used the word Monster way too early.  If Whistler’s storm is a monster.  Mt. Baker’s storm is the Devil himself.

Mt. Baker proper is forecasted to receive 155 inches or 13 FEET in the next 4 days…

Radar of WA at 2:15pm, September 28th, 2013.

Radar of WA at 2:15pm, September 28th, 2013.

The true summit of the true Mt. Baker in Washington State, USA at 10,070-feet is about to get 155 inches or 13 FEET between now and Tuesday.  Simply silly.

We don’t really know what to say.  Just check out these pics and wait for more reports…

NOAA forecast for Mt. Baker, WA.  September 28th, 2013

NOAA forecast for Mt. Baker, WA. September 28th, 2013.

NOAA Satellite image September, 28, 2013

NOAA Satellite image September, 28, 2013

Mt. Baker, WA.

Mt. Baker, WA.

Radar of WA at 2:15pm, September 28th, 2013.

Radar of WA at 2:15pm, September 28th, 2013.

IR Radar of WA at 2:15pm, September 28th, 2013.

IR Radar of WA at 2:15pm, September 28th, 2013.

 

Comment(s): 20

  1. Sam

    Not actually legit. This looks like the forecast for the summit of mt. baker, not the ski area. Ski area may get 25-50″ of snow at elevation 4,000 ft

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  2. bill

    Way to go snowbrains, just like your other website unofficalnetworks putting up mis-information to supply traffic to your site! so what is the difference between the two sites, new jobs?

    Mt Baker ski area is not receiving 13′ of snow this week. Mt Baker, the active volcano at 10,000+ feet above sea level will get a boat load of wet snow this week, which is very typical. The ski area is tops out at 5000′, may get some snow this week, but not 13 feet.

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    1. Ribbed

      No misinformation. It’s clearly stated in the article that this forecast is for the summit of 10,070-foot Mt. Baker. True, the ski resort is going to get mostly rain. But, it’s very cool, nonetheless, that Mt. Baker is getting 13 feet of snow in 4 days in September.

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    2. mike

      Hey Bill- some people like to ski places that aren’t ski resorts. So, Mt. Baker (the volcano pictured above) and Mt. Shuksan (the other volcano, not pictured above) getting a shitload of snow in September is great news for people who love snow.

      Now, by all means, correct me if I’m wrong, but I don’t think Mt. Baker (the volcano) typically gets 10 feet plus of snow in September.

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  5. Jim

    …as is we were going to wait for the lifts to fire-up?

    Hater’s gonna hate, rider’s gonna ride.

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