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Mt. Ashland Hoping For Snowfall From Soon-To-Arrive Weather Front.

By Jim McCoy Tue 23rd December NewsMt. AshlandSkiingsnow
Skiers and officials at Mount Ashland are monitoring weather forecasts closely in hopes that a weather front due in the area on Christmas Eve will deliver the snow needed to re-open. Rain has diminished a minimal snow pack, and the mountain closed after a limited opening on Friday and Saturday. 594 passes were sold, but Mt.Read More »

Crater Lake Gets Light Dusting Of Snow

By Jim McCoy Tue 17th June NewsCrater Lakesnow
Meteorologists say it’s unusual but not unheard of: Crater Lake got a dusting of snow Monday night. There was hardly enough to justify a measurement, and therefore not enough to help alleviate the lack of snowpack caused by an unusually dry winter. The park’s daytime temperature lingered in the 40s today.Read More »

Snow Headed For Southern Oregon Mountains

By Jim McCoy Tue 18th February Newssnowweather
The National Weather Service says much-needed snow is forecast for the Cascades and Siskiyous in Southern Oregon. If all goes as forecasted, the snow will start falling this afternoon, and could reach as low as 2,500 feet. Snow is not expected to be heavy at Mt. Ashland or the Siskiyou Summit.Read More »

In Spite Of Weather, Oregon's Snowpack Is Far From Out Of The Woods

By Jim McCoy Fri 7th February Newsrainsnowsnowpack
The rain and snow falling across Oregon are far from enough to break the drought. Snowpacks across most of the state Friday were less than half of normal, and the drought index was still severe to moderate. National Weather Service meteorologist Ryan Sandler says it will take near-record rain and snow for the next three months to get things back to normal. Remote-sensingRead More »

Snow In The Mountains Could Make Travel Hazardous

By Jim McCoy Fri 7th February Newssnowweather
In Southern Oregon, forecasters say storm activity could make traveling through mountain passes treacherous this weekend. Up to a foot of snow is expected in the Siskiyous and Cascades as a winter storm is in effect through 10 a.m. Saturday. Two feet of snow is forecast for Highway 140 and Crater Lake. In the Rogue Valley, the snow level is forecast to reach as low as 2,500 feet.

Crater Lake Gets Unusual Amount Of September Snow

By Jim McCoy Wed 25th September NewsCrater Lakesnow
Fall has barely arrived in Oregon, and already it's snowing big-time at Crater Lake. Marsha McCabe, a spokeswoman for the only national park in Oregon, tells KFLS in Klamath Falls (http://bit.ly/14I1p1v) there was an unusually early snowfall Tuesday night, amounting to about 8 inches. It's expected to keep snowing through Wednesday, adding an inch to three inches. McCabeRead More »

Storms Bring New Snow to Mt. Ashland

THE STORMY WEATHER THIS WEEK IN SOUTHERN OREGON IS
BRINGING PLENTY OF NEW SNOW FOR SKIERS. AS OF LATE
TUESDAY, MOUNT ASHLAND HAD RECEIVED 12 INCHES OF THE
WHITE STUFF OVER A 24-HOUR PERIOD, AND NOW THE SNOW
DEPTH THAT RANGES FROM 76 INCH BASE, TO 107 AT THE TOP.
RICK SAUL SAYS THIS SETS THE STAGE POSSIBLY EXTENDEDRead More »

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