NOAA update shares snowy goodness for skiers and snowboarders for Winter 2016/17 along the Powder Highway of British Columbia
La Nina is baaaaack! Well if the stormy summer at hand is any indication of what we can expect for our winter along the Powder Highway /British Columbia side of the Canadian Rockies, then get those big sticks ready as the pow season could be intense! El Nino was good to us last winter but
It is unfortunate that Winter is taking a slow boat to arrive in some parts of North America but that is not the case along the Powder Highway of British Columbia. Can you say speedboat. Here along the Powder Highway the snow came early and hard. In fact Kicking Horse Mountain Resort had its earliest
By Powder Matt While still enjoying the heat of summer it is time to dig into the early winter 2016 forecast. Time to start building that stoke. Right now there is loads of chatter out there about the current forecast showing the winter of 2016 to be one of the strongest El Ninos on recent
By Powder Matt Latest Cold weather forecast brings ‘Cheers’ to Skiers. I know we are still in the heat of summer but skiers and riders are cheering in Canadian Rockies with recent cooler temperatures. The presence of El Niño or La Niña – and their strength – is used to project how active the winter
By Powder Matt Right now there is a 60 plus percent chance that we will have an El Nino winter for the upcoming 2012/13 ski season. El Nino Return is the prediction- Here is excerpt from NOAA AT THIS TIME THE CHANCES FOR EL NINO DEVELOPING BY THE END OF THE YEAR ARE AROUND 65%.