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[ Fri, 2009-09-18 10:25 ]
Another Powder Day at Alta
NOAA predicts big snows for many areas this winter

We don't want to jinx anything, but the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (the guys and gals who watch the weather for the government) tells us the climate is in an El Niño pattern at the moment -- and will be through the upcoming winter. Typically, El Niño years mean big snowfall for the Sierras (Northern California and Nevada), the Rockies (Utah, Colorado, New Mexico and Arizona), and the northern and southern tips of the Appalachians.

Reviewed by

Dec 04, 2008

number of runs

45

base elevation

1,600

peak elevation

3,637

skiable acres

144

Reviewed by

Dec 04, 2008

skiable acres

42

Reviewed by

Dec 04, 2008

skiable acres

400

Reviewed by

Dec 04, 2008

avg. snowfall

350 in

vertical drop

3,100

skiable acres

2,600

Reviewed by

Dec 04, 2008

skiable acres

415

Reviewed by

Dec 04, 2008

skiable acres

430

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