The promise of precipitation was too much to ignore.
“That shift in weather on Sunday morning was very much expected,” said It was a bluebird pow day at Mt. Rose on Monday, Dec. 3, 2012.
Is that a Cutting a rug at Mt. Rose.
What it's all about.
Pretty much crushing it at Squaw Valley early December 2012.
This is what winter looks like.
Straighten up and fly right.
Time to track the living shit out of this.
And now we can all breathe a sigh of relief, winter is here.
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This post originally appeared on Powderchasers.com. 23 inches has fallen at Timberline Lodge in Oregon in the past few days! It's snowing in the Cascades currently and today is opening day for Arapahoe Basin In Colorado. The extended forecast while warm early next week looks cold and deep in the 7 day period. There is a lot going on for mid-October! The Pacific Northwest has seen significant snowfall in most of the Oregon Cascades where less has fallen further north in Washington. A
In case you missed it, this weekend marked the beginning of winter for the northern Rockies. We know it’s only September, but Montana, Wyoming, and even parts of Colorado were blessed with some pretty significant snowfall. Some of us just couldn’t resist the itch, and dusted off our skis and boots to take them out for their first walks of the season. Well, we all know that with early season skiing comes some serious spraying, so here are a handful of the best captures we found on the ol’