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  1. #251
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    no edibles yet. they were just legalized but i don't think they've started appearing in stores. the restrictions are a bit harsh.

    your mileage may vary

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    2019/2020 CANADIAN ROCKIES THREAD

    Iím quite partial to Nevadoís in Fernie. Love the ribs, corn bread, and flan!


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    If you were planning on chasing storms for 9 days what weather forecast website would be your go to for the Canadian Rockies?
    I usually go with www.snow-forecast.com for the Montana area any suggestions?

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    spotwx.com is pretty good.

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    environment canada has the most reliable forecasts, but they are all pretty much random past 5-6 days:

    https://weather.gc.ca/

    the really interesting parts, if you want to get into it, are the analysis models. again, not much past 5 days (they tend to begin to oscillate):

    https://www.weather.gc.ca/analysis/index_e.html

  6. #256
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    Quote Originally Posted by Leftyt View Post
    If you were planning on chasing storms for 9 days what weather forecast website would be your go to for the Canadian Rockies?
    I usually go with www.snow-forecast.com for the Montana area any suggestions?

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    Are you skipping Big Sky this year?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leftyt View Post
    If you were planning on chasing storms for 9 days what weather forecast website would be your go to for the Canadian Rockies?
    I usually go with www.snow-forecast.com for the Montana area any suggestions?

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    I personally find snow-forecast.com decent for temperatures and winds and freezing levels, but this year at least, pretty horrible for precipitation forecasts.

    They have been decent at precip in the past so not sure what's up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shorty_J View Post
    I personally find snow-forecast.com decent for temperatures and winds and freezing levels, but this year at least, pretty horrible for precipitation forecasts.

    They have been decent at precip in the past so not sure what's up.

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    Interesting you say this, I saw a news piece yesterday saying that 2020 and into the forseable future is going to be difficult for weather prediction and forecasting as it is not niether a El Nino nor a La Nina and there is no further evidence of the next formation.

    They said over the last 20 years it was either one or the other but they were able to predict it and the weather flow as it was forming over the ocean years in advance leading up to it.

  9. #259
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    Quote Originally Posted by yeahman View Post
    Are you skipping Big Sky this year?
    I hope not but the work situation is kind of odd this year with apprenticeship school. Fingers crossed to see you in April.

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    Quote Originally Posted by teamdirt View Post
    Interesting you say this, I saw a news piece yesterday saying that 2020 and into the forseable future is going to be difficult for weather prediction and forecasting as it is not niether a El Nino nor a La Nina and there is no further evidence of the next formation.

    They said over the last 20 years it was either one or the other but they were able to predict it and the weather flow as it was forming over the ocean years in advance leading up to it.
    Sounds plausible. I actually though they did a great job on precipitation forecasts for much of last year but then were way off at the end of the season.

    Seems to be hit and miss... which I get because weather is tough, but the weather network has been getting closer so far this year.

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  11. #261
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    The skiing in the Bow Valley does not suck right now. SSV reported 8cms this morning but the winds and daytime snowfall made for a much deeper day in the right spots. I left for work around 1pm with a big grin on my face.

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  12. #262
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    Looks sweet!
    "We don't beat the reaper by living longer, we beat the reaper by living well and living fully." - Randy Pausch

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    Super sick deep day touring in K-country. Its Legit just like Spooky said! Get out and ride!

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    snowing (and not raining) in fernie again.



    nice turns spooky. #skibigmike


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    Fernie has been skiing really well over the past two days. Everything is soft pretty much top to bottom. The forecast for the next few days looks promising as well.

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    cheap tickets in banff for First Responders

    https://www.skibanff.com/explore/new...ghwiB3AZwJ1NOQ


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    Another 10ish CMS at Pano today. Still coming down at 4pm.

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    Fernie

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    Quote Originally Posted by mntlion View Post
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    Will be there Saturday with any luck... looks to be getting super cold!!

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    mntlion- lower elevations getting good? can you ski trees at lower? ie: window chutes?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mntlion View Post
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    YOU ARE WELCOME
    www.skevikskis.com Check em out!

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    Quote Originally Posted by el hefe View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by teamdirt View Post
    mntlion- lower elevations getting good? can you ski trees at lower? ie: window chutes?
    lapped window chutes yesterday (first time tyler was in this year) was good before the 37 more that fell, and what ever tomorrow is bringing.

    Also skied disease trees and that was good. Buckshot (lower lindas) etc.

    250cm base, so yes. skiable and getting better


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    Thinking of heading that way but Sun-Wed temps r scaring me!!

    Looks same across the board...Banff to fernie to Nelson to whistler -20 to -30

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    Quote Originally Posted by teamdirt View Post
    Thinking of heading that way but Sun-Wed temps r scaring me!!

    Looks same across the board...Banff to fernie to Nelson to whistler -20 to -30
    Yup, I'm working sat to mon, Then a slow drive home, with the heater on full on tues.

    good temps to light a fire, and hope for an inversion.


    hows the body doing?


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    anyone have recommendations as where to look for a seasonal rental at KH? 20/21 season, yea I know it's early, but just thinking ahead. Any local seasonal rental companies out there, or similar? And yes, I did the cursory internet search, didn't turn up a lot. Thanks in advance

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