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07-19-2011 04:59 PM
Donutz Last season for us wasn't anything like as bad as the year before (remember Winter Olympics 2010?). We had good snow in December, then a bit of a drought in Jan/Feb, then March and April just DUMPED constantly. March 2011 was probably the best single month for snowboarding that I've ever experienced.

The trouble is that the weather varies so much from place to place. Here in Southwest BC, we've been experiencing what we called Juneuary. Haven't come up with anything as catchy for July, but it's more of the same. Seymour still has snow on it towards the top, and I'm pretty sure last year it was long since gone. Anyway the point is we aren't accumulating a lot of ground heat so when the season starts to turn temps will probably drop off pretty quick.
07-19-2011 04:45 PM
Ttam I really hope its better than last year. Half the year we had nothing...
07-19-2011 04:37 PM
j.gnar not sure what this means for socal. although i dont think it can be any worse than what we had last year
07-19-2011 05:25 AM
Originally Posted by Music Moves View Post
Winter Weather Forecast 2011-2012 | Another extreme winter for many parts of the US | Ski and Snowboard Blog

We expect the Pacific Northwest region to experience a very severe winter and the Cascades snowpack is likely to see increased levels due to the negative (cold) phase of PDO. Exacta Weather
This past season was generally fine and ended up with a 280" base at the end of the season, but if it had been 3 degrees colder we would have been in the really big poo.
07-18-2011 05:07 PM
IdahoFreshies YES!!!! That sounds like great news! Come on mother nature, Blast the whole north west!!!
07-18-2011 03:56 PM
HoboMaster The weather in N. Idaho last winter sucked ass, it did this crappy cycle over and over again. It would snow, get warm and rain, and then get cold - which meant either you were stomping through slush or skating on ice. I wonder what they mean by extreme weather in the PNW, as in lots of snow, really cold, or both?

Would much rather have a cold and snowy winter then the droopy shit I had to deal with last year.
07-18-2011 01:08 PM
slyder This is what they told us for the Upper Midwest 10/11 and it is not what we got. Slightly colder temps, average was 30* for 2 months straight and below average snowfalls.
I am so hoping for cold earlier and more snowfalls.
Lets see if they are correct for this year.
07-18-2011 12:07 PM
Jibtah Roaaaaad Trip!
07-18-2011 11:35 AM
Originally Posted by Music Moves View Post
...Northeastern and Midwestern parts of the US throughout December 2011 and January 2012, that could see severe blizzard conditions hit New York City and Chicago.
Me likey
07-18-2011 11:33 AM
Originally Posted by Music Moves View Post
We expect the Pacific Northwest region to experience a very severe winter and the Cascades snowpack is likely to see increased levels due to the negative (cold) phase of PDO.
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