Our SnoCountry SnoCast meteorologists are Steve Glazier and Kerrin Jeromin. Both are degreed meteorologists, originally from New England, and now based in Colorado. They are colleagues at WeatherNation TV, an international weather network, forecasting for areas across the U.S. and Caribbean. Both Kerrin and Steve are recognized by the American...
Our SnoCountry SnoCast meteorologists are Steve Glazier and Kerrin Jeromin. Both are degreed meteorologists, originally from New England, and now based in Colorado. They are colleagues at WeatherNation TV, an international weather network, forecasting for areas across the U.S. and Caribbean. Both Kerrin and Steve are recognized by the American Meteorological Society as a Certified Broadcast Meteorologists. Catch their forecasts each week throughout the winter season!
A blizzard and localized upslope snow event will take shape in the East, while the Western peaks squeeze out more fresh snow. This week's SnoCast highlights where to find new snow on the slopes coast to coast.
While the northwest peaks remain most active this week, cold air in the East and two systems bring new snow to the southern Appalachians. Here’s where to find best conditions this week.
It was a tough Christmas for many northeast ski areas as a storm dropped 1-4” or more of drenching rainfall, forcing many ski areas to close, and essentially erasing the existing snow cover in the northeast.
With big snow happening on both sides of the US and Canada, conditions look fantastic heading into Christmas week.
This week, snow activity really begins to pick up. As more and more ski areas open, we'll have multiple storms out West and fast movers in the East to build up the bases.
As many ski areas target opening dates, we head into Thanksgiving week with few shots of snow for both the east and west.
An active weather pattern will bring storm after storm to parts of the country, allowing for more resorts to open for the season, while other areas can expect improving winter conditions.
Halloween weekend and first days of November will feature forecast tricks and treats. With a leftover hurricane delivering snow to New England and ski areas opening in the west, this time of year is always a treat to build ski season excitement.
This week, we’ll see a much needed wetter and colder pattern develop for the west, while the east remains a battleground between autumn’s warm and cold snaps.
Every autumn, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) releases their season outlook, with projections of what we can expect (weather-wise) into the winter season. This isn't your daily weather forecast; It's probabilistic insight into the longer term temperature and precipitation patterns on the scale of months. The outlooks are based on global weather patterns, which decades of research have proven that weather on one side of the globe, can impact weather thousands of miles away.
The focus for cold and snow this week stretches from British Columbia, down the Northern Rockies to the Great Lakes, bringing the potential for base-building snow. In the east, a mainly soggy storm mixes with snow in the colder peaks of New England.