Storms are Stacking Up

 We continue to see a very active weather pattern for the next several weeks. The models have consolidated. They are backing off on the precip amounts but not by much.

11/17 - 11:00 PM

This first storm now finds the EC model a bit more bullish. It is born in the north, is a warmer storm that will pull up sub-tropical moisture from the south.

The redlines and blue lines signify the cold front. The further north the redlines are, the warmer the storm. We are guessing around 6,500 to 7,000 feet. So this will be all snow for Mt. Rose. Our best guess is around 12-18 inches.


A series of smaller events will keep our weather unstable. Then on the 24th or thereabouts, the next storm will arrive.

This is a smaller storm, but we have seen this pattern before. We believe this storm is wolf in sheep's clothing and could produce another foot of snow.

The final storm we are tracking will arrive around the 28th. This is a much larger storm.

We still do not have a clear picture of what this will do, but it does appear to want to hang around through December 1st, which gives it some serious potential.

There is a pretty good article on Unofficial Rose as to the best guess on the opening of the mountain. 

Stay Tuned ...