3/22 Mt. Hood epic snow, Gorge wind and no wind, and nothing else at all.

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Temira
Date
 March 22, 2013
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Mt. Hood Snow Forecast – 5000′
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Good morning,

Let me tell you what was fun last night: Skibowl. Yep, little Mini-Crystal. Little mini-vacation for little Miss T. The Upper Bowl was great. No Outback, but that’s okay, because it was powderliciousness of untracked happiness. When the snow level is around 1000′, and everyone else has given up on night skiing, the Bowl will deliver for you. And the $12.95 mountain of nachos is a very, very happy thing.

Sigh. You really should go skiing today, wherever you go. It doesn’t matter, because it’s going to be good everywhere.


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It’s still snowing on Mt. Hood this morning, and will continue to snow with sunbreaks mixed in. The snow level will be 1000′ this morning and maybe 1500′ this afternoon. Total accumulation will be .1-.3” water value (WV), for 1-3” more snow. Wind will be NW 25 all day.

Tomorrow starts off partly cloudy on Mt. Hood, becoming cloudy midday with flurries after noon. No significant accumulation. The snow level will be 500′ early, 1000′ later. Wind will be NW 10, becoming W 10.

Sunday looks sunny, becoming cloudy late in the afternoon. The free air freezing level (FAF) will be 1000′ early and 2000′ in the afternoon, although strong spring sun could warm things up more. Wind Sunday will be NW 15.

Monday looks cloudy early and sunny by mid-morning, with the FAF at 6500′ early and 8000′ late. Wind will be NW 10 early and SW 10 late.

In Gorge weather, today will see a few showers, becoming partly cloudy. Temps will be in the mid-30’s early and mid 40’s later. Wind will be W 24-27 mid-morning, fading in the afternoon.

Tomorrow looks partly cloudy early, becoming cloudy mid-afternoon. No precip. Temps will be in the low 30’s early and upper 40’s late, with light west wind in the morning becoming calm.

Sunday starts with high overcast sky and temps in the mid-30’s, rising to the low 50’s in the afternoon as the sky clears. Wind will be E 22-25.

Have an awesome day today!

Temira