NOAA just released their outlook for March 2015 for the USA this weekend. This outlook is not what skiers and riders in the West were hoping for. This outlook does not shout “Miracle March” at all… This outlook offer any assistance to the historic drought in California… What this forecast does show is continued snow and cold on the East Coast. This outlook also looks good for Taos, New Mexico and Southwest Colorado. This outlook shows above average precipitation for Southern Alaska, the Southwest, the Southeast, and the East Coast. […]
NOAA has just released their forecast for the month of October in the USA. NOAA’s forecasts continue to display a strong tendency towards El Nino patterns despite El Nino chances of occurring sliming down each month. In NOAA’s latest El Nino update, they’re giving El Nino a 65% chance of occurring during the North American winter. October is a big month for us in the USA. Early snowstorms get us excited, often allow for some backcountry skiing, and help the early bird ski resorts open their doors. October snowfalls can also lead to rotten winter snowpacks via faceting in the Rockies and elsewhere. […]
NOAA has released it’s forecast for March 2014 in the United States of America. The West in general, is looking warm, as it has been so far this March. Idaho, Eastern Washington, Wyoming, and Montana are being targeted for above average precipitation. The above graphic is showing that NOAA is forecasting above average temperatures in most of the Western USA. This is what we’ve been experiencing so far this March. It was 72F in Sacramento, CA yesterday. The above graphic is showing above average precipitation for: Eastern Washington, Idaho, Montana, Utah, and […]
NOAA’s long-range forecast for the month of January is showing us more of what we’ve been seeing in the USA. Montana, Idaho, and Wyoming are forecasted to receive above average precipitation. California is bulls eyed to receive below average precipitation.
High pressure has been dominating over California making for some of the best surf conditions in recent memory and some of the worst ski conditions in that same span of memories. What’s most shocking about this forecast is how […]
This NOAA 2013/14 winter weather forecast was updated as of August 15th, 2013. This forecast is for November, December, and January of winter 2013/14. The Temperature forecast shows most all of the USA experiencing above average temperatures this November, December, and January. The Pacific Northwest and Southeast are forecasted to have near average temperatures during this forecast period. The Precipitation forecast has a […]
NOAA has released their winter 2013/14 winter weather predictions and it doesn’t mean too much for most any skier or rider anywhere in the USA. Essentially, they are saying that we should have ‘equal chances’ of having an average winter precipitation-wise. What they are trying to say is that, as far as they can tell, winter precipitation should be nearly […]