Snowboard Iskola

The beginning of the ski season in the Western U.S. hasn't been particularly impressive so far. Minor storms have given a glimpse of what's to come, leading both major ski resorts and smaller slopes to postpone their openings. However, a significant shift occurred this week with a series of impactful storms, marking a turning point for ski resorts along the Left Coast.

Initially anticipated as a cold storm on Thursday followed by another substantial snowfall on Saturday, the weather is expected to warm up by Sunday, raising snow levels to 6,000 feet. This weather pattern has brought positive developments for resorts in Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Wyoming, Utah, parts of Montana, and northern Colorado. Various sources, such as OpenSnow, have been closely monitoring the storm, providing regular updates.

Forecasts hinted at an expected snowfall of two to four feet at higher elevations. The actual outcome remains to be seen. As the storm intensifies over the weekend and the snowpack undergoes changes, avalanche conditions are expected to become significant. Therefore, caution is advised, and enthusiasts are encouraged to stay informed and enjoy the fresh powder responsibly.

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