3/9 Forecast

Posted by
Temira
Date
 March 9, 2010
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Good morning!

Nice work yesterday, windsurfers and kiters. I couldn’t make it out, but I hear stories that it was a fun day on the water. You might see some light westerlies today (brrr… there’s snow on Underwood Mountain!) in the 17-20 range, fading early, but your next best chance to sail or kite is tomorrow. A weak front crossing tonight combines with high pressure at the coast tomorrow for 22-26 on the river.

It’s going to be a good opportunity for the classic daily double.

Snow levels stay low tonight and .25″-.5″ of water value drops on Mt. Hood. We’ll see 4-8″ of snow overnight, powder snow, not that heavy concrete we’ve had all season. Next chance for powder skiing is Thursday night, followed by Friday and Saturday. Only have one day? Friday looks good.

In mountain biking land, I had a report yesterday that the Super D in Post was in perfect shape. Unfortunately, last night’s rain and snow likely ruined that. If anyone rides today, let me know how it is out there… snowy, I’d guess, judging by what I can see out the window.

Have a great day today. See you on the slopes tomorrow!

Temira