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SNOW Alive SNOW V24 SNOW.zip



For nearly 40 years, the Mountain Host program has been evolving from its initial six local volunteer Ambassadors to today's crew, which is organized as part of the National Ski Patrol (NSP). Designed to provide Guest Services on- and off-snow, Mountain Hosts will greet you on your way into our resort, thank you as you leave, and watch out for you throughout the day as you enjoy the snow.




SNOW alive SNOW v24 SNOW.zip


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Winter storms create a higher risk of car accidents, hypothermia, frostbite, carbon monoxide poisoning, and heart attacks from overexertion. Winter storms including blizzards can bring extreme cold, freezing rain, snow, ice and high winds.


Issued when hazardous winter weather in the form of heavy snow, heavy freezing rain, or heavy sleet is imminent or occurring. Winter Storm Warnings are usually issued 12 to 24 hours before the event is expected to begin.


Snow accumulates on a hillside over a property Friday, Feb. 24, 2023, in Agua Dulce, Calif. California and other parts of the West faced heavy snow and rain Friday from the latest winter storm to pound the U.S. Marcio Jose Sanchez/AP hide caption


The National Weather Service said it was one of the strongest storms to ever hit southwest California and even as the volume of wind and rain dropped, it continued to have significant impact including snowfall down to elevations as low as 1,000 feet (305 meters). Hills around suburban Santa Clarita, north of Los Angeles, were blanketed in white, and snow also surprised inland suburbs to the east.


After days of fierce winds, toppled trees and downed wires, more than 120,000 California utility customers remained without electricity, according to PowerOutage.us. And Interstate 5, the West Coast's major north-south highway, remained closed due to heavy snow and ice in Tejon Pass through the mountains north of Los Angeles.


Multiday precipitation totals as of Saturday morning included a staggering 81 inches (205 centimeters) of snow at the Mountain High resort in the San Gabriel Mountains northeast of Los Angeles and up to 64 inches (160 centimeters) farther east at Snow Valley in the San Bernardino Mountains.


Storm clouds cloak downtown high rises in Los Angeles, Saturday, Feb. 25, 2023, as a major winter storm sweeps through California. The storm piled snow high in the mountains and dropped heavy rain. The National Weather Service said it was "one of the strongest storms ever to hit southwest California." John Antczak/AP hide caption


The low-pressure system was also expected to bring widespread rain and snow in southern Nevada by Saturday afternoon and across northwest Arizona Saturday night and Sunday morning, the National Weather Service office in Las Vegas said.


An avalanche warning was issued for the Sierra Nevada backcountry around Lake Tahoe, which straddles the California-Nevada border. Nearly 2 feet (61 cm) of new snow had fallen by Friday and up to another 5 feet (1.5 meters) was expected when another storm moves in with the potential for gale-force winds and high-intensity flurries Sunday, the weather service said.


Weekend snow also was forecast for parts of the upper Midwest to the Northeast, with pockets of freezing rain over some areas of the central Appalachians. The storm was expected to reach the central high Plains by Sunday evening.


At least three people have died in the coast-to-coast storms. A Michigan firefighter died Wednesday after coming into contact with a downed power line, while in Rochester, Minnesota, a pedestrian died after being hit by a city-operated snowplow. Authorities in Portland, Oregon, said a person died of hypothermia.


In spring what you do on the snow is just as important as what occurs after ski (après). Both the Disney and Judah Decks are perfectly situated to enjoy a cold beverage (Palisades Pale Ale anyone), soak up the soak and enjoy some tunes (See #1).


-Pack some easy-to-share chairlift snacks: everyone loves snacks, especially while skiing or snowboarding. Bring a chocolate bar, some cheese sticks, and salami slices for an easy chair-lift charcuterie


Ski or ride into May this season thanks to 756" of snowfall year-to-date. Sugar Bowl will finish the season operating Friday, Saturday and Sunday from April 28 - 30 and again on May 5 - 7, with only the Village Portal lifts and services. Parking at the Gondola is encouraged. Please check sugarbowl.com for daily updates.


Renting ski/snowboard equipment at Sugar Bowl provides you with an easy and convenient way to enjoy a day on the slopes. Our expert team will expertly fit the equipment to ensure a comfortable and memorable day on the mountain.


Our instructors are certified by the Professional Ski Instructors of America (PSIA) and have the highest level of teaching expertise. They are highly skilled in turning an enthusiastic first-timer into a lifelong skier or snowboarder. Instructors can also take advanced riders to the next level while exploring some of the best spots on the mountain that only locals know about. Everyone in the lesson can access the chairlifts faster by using the express line bypassing the general line.


During those extreme situations, snowfall rates are often an inch or more per hour. Thundersnow also sometimes occurs, an indication of unstable air and strong upward motion in the atmosphere, resulting in heavy snow.


If you were 6 feet tall and standing outside for 24 hours in Silver Lake, Colorado, April 14-15, 1921, you would've been buried by snow from head to toe. That location saw 6.3 feet (75.8 inches) of snow high in the Rockies at an elevation of 10,220 feet above sea level.


Tucked away in the mountains northeast of Valdez, Alaska, is Mile 47 Camp, which was buried by 78 inches of snow in the 24 hours ending Feb. 9, 1963. Here, winter storms in the Gulf of Alaska send moisture from the Pacific into the mountainous terrain, making it an ideal spot for incredible snowfall totals.


Connecticut is the most recent state to rewrite the record books when a location near Ansonia saw 36 inches Feb. 8-9, 2013. That new benchmark for the state was set during Winter Storm Nemo, which also hammered several other New England states with more than a foot of snow.


A single spring blizzard in March 2009 propelled two states to new 24-hour records. Pratt, Kansas, and Follett, Texas, made state history with 30 inches and 25 inches of snow, respectively, in the 24 hours ending March 28, 2009.


Montana: The United States Weather Bureau monthly climatological summary for January 1916 reported a snow depth of 216 inches at Libby site 2 (6,000 feet above sea level) at the end of the month (Jan. 31, 1916).


Wisconsin: Spooner measured a 45-inch storm total on March 10-15, 1899. Note that this snowfall was not directly measured; Instead, it was inferred from the moisture in snowmelt, using a 10-to-1 ratio, in which 10 inches of snow is produced by 1 inch of liquid water. If the snow ratio in Spooner was greater than 10-to-1, which is often the case, the storm total was likely even higher.


"Our crews are ready for the upcoming snow and ice season, but we need travelers to get ready as well." said WSDOT Maintenance Operations Manager James Morin. "Most pass closures are due to preventable spin outs or crashes from vehicles driven too fast or not having proper equipment. We need everyone to work together, be patient and prepared to help keep traffic moving."


Blizzard WARNING: Sustained winds or frequent gusts of 35 miles per hour or greater, plus considerable falling or blowing snow reducing visibility to less than a quarter mile, expected to prevail for three hours or longer. 041b061a72


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