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03-14-2013 02:33 PM
bcollins I try and follow the tahoe weather guy from opensnow. Obviously the storms up there don't always result in snow/rain down here in SoCal but it's a semi good determinant for what's ahead. Anyway, he's predicting a much cooler couple of weeks with some moderate storms starting this weekend....again, in Tahoe. He also forecasted this dry/warm spell this week and doesn't appear to be to concerned with it. If you remember, there was quite the warm weather down here before this last storm, that dropped about a foot in bear, so winter may not be quite over yet. we'll see...hoping to get at least another couple days and I have a trip to Mammoth planned at the end of March.

Anyone go to Snow Valley? I know it's kind of a dumpy resort but for the price it's not bad and 80% of the people that go there stick to the bottom run. Pretty good when there is snow, sadly that's kind of the issue with that place. I'm not a park guy but my kid enjoys it and it's decent. Probably as good as snow summit's, probably nothing compared to Bear's.
03-14-2013 01:54 PM
Dim Mak 1470
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Went yesterday. Ice early on. Slushy by noon. Still, it was worth going. I doubt there will be many good days ahead. Not really snow making conditions at night and serious snow melting conditions during the day all week. Even mammoth is around 60 degrees most of the week. Unless there is a good storm just outside the current forecast, I think the board will go on the wall for another 8-9 months.
I went last Saturday to Mt. High & had a great time with that new snow. I think I will go one more time this season. I imagine Bear will still have a bit more snow than Mt. High so I'll try going there.
03-14-2013 02:54 AM
diver_matt Went yesterday. Ice early on. Slushy by noon. Still, it was worth going. I doubt there will be many good days ahead. Not really snow making conditions at night and serious snow melting conditions during the day all week. Even mammoth is around 60 degrees most of the week. Unless there is a good storm just outside the current forecast, I think the board will go on the wall for another 8-9 months.
03-09-2013 10:33 PM
Dim Mak 1470 So how was it today? My friend & I went to Mt. High & boy was it nice to get some better quality snow than what I've ridden this season. Was freakin' packed, though!
03-08-2013 11:10 PM
Dim Mak 1470 Shoot..Might just end up at Mt. High tomorrow instead. I might try to go find chains right now but I'm not sure haha.
03-08-2013 10:32 PM
RJRJRJ Not only were chains needed, but they made you put them on less than a mile into the mountain. Ive never had to put them on that soon. Pretty much right off the freeway. On the way down it wasnt too bad after about half way. It was pouring snow when I left around 3, but I couldnt tell you what the story will be tomorrow. Definitely have the chains on standby though.

I also saw an SUV spin out into the snowbank in my rearview, and an Audi crash into the snowbank two cars ahead of me, both on my way up. It was pretty nasty.
03-08-2013 10:02 PM
Dim Mak 1470 Damn work haha. Will chains be required tomorrow morning? It's suppose to snow a bit there, no? I checked this morning & the site said yes chains were needed for the ride up today.
03-08-2013 09:23 PM
RJRJRJ I was there today. It was fucking glorious. At least 12" of pow pow and it was basically empty.
03-08-2013 10:19 AM
SnowOwl
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Originally Posted by Dim Mak 1470 View Post
Sort of worried because I know Bear limits their ticket sales & we haven't reserved our tickets.
Season pass son. I'll be hittin day 21. A little behind on my goal

So far we're at 8 inches . I'm goin up tomorrow somehow, either via friend or buying chains for my 4Runner. Done deal. And I'll be there Monday too

Stay High
03-08-2013 01:18 AM
Dim Mak 1470 I'm hoping to hear from my friend tomorrow about us finally going up on Saturday. Sort of worried because I know Bear limits their ticket sales & we haven't reserved our tickets.
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