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Sunny Afternoon from Cooke city. The snowman gave us 2 more inches of snow over night. Today it will be sunny. But the snowman is still calling for more snow. Lets wait and see. AVALANCHE CONDITIONS: A less likely but more dangerous problem will be avalanches breaking 2-3’ deep on facets near the ground. This problem mainly exists on slopes with a thinner-weaker snowpack. Sings of instability such as cracking/collapsing are becoming less likely so digging to assess the snowpack structure is recommended before committing to steep terrain. Today, human triggered avalanches are possible and the avalanche danger is rated MODERATE. ... See more
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SUNNY Evening from Cooke city. Here is a recap from Sunday till now. Sunday, we picked up about 3 inches of snow by night. Monday, it started snowing in the morning and the snowman was good to us. Picked up about 8-10 inches. Tuesday, I plowed all day. We could still see a couple more inches before it's all over. The snowman is telling me that we have another day of snow for tomorrow, then clear skies for Thursday. After that we have a chance of snow for 7 more days. Keep up the snow dance. AVALANCHE CONDITION'S: While the snowpack is working to accommodate the new load, steer clear of new wind drifts and any slope with weak snow near the ground. If in doubt, keep it simple by sticking to low angled slopes. The avalanche danger is CONSIDERABLE. ... See more
NO smiles today Morning from Cooke City. The snowman is letting us down. Now we will only see about 4 inches today. We still have a chance of snow till Wednesday.Keep up the snow dance. We've seen about 3 inches so far from the storm. AVALANCHE CONDITIONS: Avalanches could break deeper where the snowpack is shallow and weak. Avalanche danger is CONSIDERABLE on wind loaded slopes and MODERATE on non-wind loaded slopes.
cloudy Morning from Bearclaw/bakery and the Super 8 motel. Winter storm warning is still in effect till Monday 6pm. But the snowman has changed his mind. We can see about 5 inches today and tomorrow the storm hits us. We could see up to 18 inches. KEEP DANCING. AVALANCHE CONDITIONS: The forest service has put a avalanche sign up next to the beacon checker. This sign will tell you the conditions of avalanches. Assessing snow stability is challenging due to the high spatial variability of the snowpack. Some slopes have strong snow while others are weak and unstable. Predicting what slopes are safe to ride requires careful snowpack evaluation. I recommend putting the shovel in the snow and doing a few stability tests before committing to steep terrain. Keep in mind, the easiest way to avoid avalanches is to avoid riding on or underneath steep slopes. If you do expose yourself to avalanche terrain, always be thinking of the consequences of being caught and have a plan in case a slide does occur. Today, avalanches breaking on weak layers in the bottom 1/3 of the snowpack are possible and the avalanche danger is rated MODERATE. Just a reminder that the Bakery opens at for for a free cup of coffee if your wondering the streets that early. The biggest seller the last couple of days is the French Toast. MMMMMM,MMMMMM good. I've had people ask me about avy bottle fill. Yes I do fill them. Come in and drop them off. ... See more
SNOW Goooood morning from Bearclaw and the Super 8. The snowman is calling for a winter storm watch from 4 am this morning till 6 pm Monday night. We could see several feet of snow by Monday morning. Keep up the snow dance. I'll keep every one posted. AVALANCHE CONDITIONS: Although the avalanche danger is gradually decreasing, it is still possible to get surprised. The avalanche fatality in the Tobacco Roots a week ago today is a sobering reminder that being caught off guard can have severe consequences. To reduce risk and stack the deck in your favor, talk with your partners, make a plan, dig and test the snow, and be wise about terrain selection. Remember if stability is the question, terrain is the answer. Today, human triggered avalanches are possible and the avalanche danger is rated MODERATE. Have a great weekend. ... See more
Clear skies Morning from Bearclaw/ Bakery and the Super 8 motel. The snowman is still calling for snow starting Saturday and it will continues to Wednesday. Yes, it's going to get warmer and the days past. It is above zero at this time. If your in need of a room, give the Super 8 a call and don't forget to mention the Snowest discount when making your room reservations. If you need a Avy bottle filled. You can get it done right here. Stop in and see what else Bearclaw Bob's can help you with. We do sell Montana and Wyoming snowmobile permits. AVALANCHE CONDITIONS: Although triggering slides is getting harder, it’s definitely possible, especially on slopes with recent wind-drifted snow. For today, the danger is rated MODERATE throughout our advisory area. ... See more
Cold and clear Morning from Cooke city. Well we've warmed up to 8 below this morning. It was a great day for riding yesterday. The snowman is still showing snow coming in Saturday. Keep up the snow dance. AVALANCHE CONDITIONS: With time, stability is improving and it is getting more difficult to trigger avalanches, but there are spots where it is possible. These areas will either be wind-loaded or shallow and unsupportable. I was in Taylor Fork on Sunday and was able to trigger a slide in one of these spots from 50’ away. Sinking to your waist in sugary snow is a serious concern because it means the underlying snowpack is weak and potentially unstable. Although triggering slides is getting harder, it’s definitely possible, especially on slopes with recent wind-drifted snow. For today, the danger is rated MODERATE throughout our advisory area. ... See more
Cold and clear skies BRRRRRRRRRR COLD. Woke up to 12 below and the snowman only called for 3 below. We will see clear skies till Friday night. Then snow moves back into the picture for Saturday through Wednesday. We do have powder to ride in, but it won't last till Saturday. AVALANCHE CONDITIONS: Yesterday, large natural avalanches were seen on Fan Mountain, near Big Sky, Sheep Mountain, near Cooke City, and on Mount Blackmore, in Hyalite. The slide on Sheep Mountain broke up to 8’ deep in a thick wind drift.
Windy The snowman is calling for snow today, but along with that, the wind will be gusting up to 35 mph. Monday,Tuesday, Wednesday will be sunny and should be a great day to ride. This won't help the avalanche danger. AVALANCHE CONDITIONS: Sadly, on Friday a skier was killed in an avalanche in the Tobacco Roots, there was a snowmobiler killed in Idaho, and a snowmobiler buried and missing in Utah. Through the western U.S. buried weak layers and recent snow have created dangerous avalanche conditions. This year the snowpack is begging us to be patient and choose conservative objectives for our backcountry tours. Before you go to the backcountry do your homework. Carefully plan safe routes through low angle terrain. Today large and dangerous avalanches are easy to trigger and could break naturally. Avalanche danger is CONSIDERABLE. Our thoughts go out to the family and friends that have lost people the last few days. ... See more