It’s been coming down since 9 am and it looks great up here. It looks like much of the same for Monday. This current storm will move along to be replaced by another system hitting our mountains by Monday night. Best case, glass is half full scenario, up to 2 feet of snow in some parts. More terrain, more open trails, more features than any other resort in SoCal and now more snow, Bear is definitely the place to be. It’s the place Boy Scouts of America (BSA) chose to have their Scout Day. BSA is one of the largest […]
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The main edge of the storm won’t arrive until tonight, but if you were here, you can see and feel the storm starting to build. Snow will continue on Sunday into the night, possibly several inches of snowfall expected. As this low pressure leaves the area on Monday, snow showers will still be around with periodic breaks.But as one storm leaves, another one is rolling in right behind it, like how Ricky Bobby would slingshot by staying close behind Cal in Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby. We are all keeping a close watch on these winter storms. Expect 90% […]
Here’s the forecast thumbnail: Saturday – Snow Sunday – Snow Monday – Snow Tuesday – Snow Whoever you are, thanks for washing your car everyday. Four to five days of snow? Are you kidding me? It’s the set-up for a Bear trifecta. Trifecta /traɪˈfɛktə/; any achievement involving three successful outcomes [Dictionary.com] First of three events is to set the stage for the trifecta. That stage is a snowy mountain, dumped-on and covered. The storm on the way will bring us another blanket over our 12-24” base. Can you feel the powder days getting closer? Second of three events is the […]
USASA started the day at Powder Bowl for the Boardercross competition. People came from all over to compete today, a few from Mammoth, some from Tahoe, LA, OC, and our surrounding areas. KPWR hosted the annual “Snowed In” event on the deck with Flo Rida and winner of American Idol, Jordin Sparks. The weather decided to cooperate and waited until the event was over, to really start snowing. According to the National Weather Service, snow will become heavier and steadier overnight we’re expecting new snow accumulation of 8 to 12 inches or more above 6000 feet. If you’re savvy, you […]
The storm is already rolling in. Now it’s time to wait for the snow to fall. If you’re planning on attending our New Year’s Eve bash, now is the best time to drive up! You can wake up tomorrow in a winter wonderland ready to ring in 2015 with us. We’re expecting to get a few inches of fresh snow tonight and for snowfall to continue through tomorrow. Currently the roads are clear and open. We’ll be updating weather and road conditions as the storm develops. As always, don’t forget your tire chains!