Archive | LaNina Weather//Ski Reports-Western US 2/22/17 Update

CA Route One through Big Sur may be closed because of record 60 inches of rain.

“Other major retreats and resorts around Big Sur have also been shut down as portions of California Highway 1 have been ravaged by winter storms, flooded by waterfalls and cluttered with rocks, boulders and mudslides. A bridge, adjacent to one of the most visited tourist spots on the highway, appears to be damaged beyond repair.” 2/17/17 Update


2/6/17  Update

  • Mammoth hits 374 inches of snow season to date.
  • Los Angeles two day rain should bring season ppt to 17 inches 2X normal.
  • Extended forecast for San Francisco shows rain through Friday the clearing Sat-Monday.


1/21/17 A third major storm is approaching California. An update will be posted tomorrow.

And for CA travelers here are current highway conditions. Check link below as well as other links in articles.

Here is radar for NorCal.

Mammoth Mountain Update.

Los Angeles weather

Rayno Snow Blog: High and Dry in the West

Did you ski a lot in December? We hope so because January has not delivered much precip since January 2. Mammoth had 13 in on Jan 1 and 2 but scant since that time. Our associate at Big Mountain Resort in Montana complains of rain and fog yesterday but a few flakes may fall today. […]

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Rayno Snow Blog (La Nina Advisory) and Nat Gas Update (Bearish)

Yes there is snow everywhere in California and more to come. Mammoth has 161″ month to date an all time record and 11-16 feet over past several days. Season TD snow is 255″. Weather Geek : Mammoth Lakes Weather brought to you by Howard Sheckter Natural Gas Update-Oversupply Creates Bearish Headwind Nat gas is […]

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Rayno Snow Blog and Nat Gas Update: LaNina on Steroids

West Coast Weather: Wet and Warm Changes are coming in the West as the high pressure breaks down bringing in storms this week and next weekend. Weather Geek : The storm track will remain to the North of the Sierras mid -week with a bigger storm from the Gulf of Alaska coming this weekend. […]

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Rayno Snow Blog: Nat Gas sell-off on inventory; LaNina Advisory

After an inventory report the bulls paused off intermediate top in the 4.60 range then headed for the sidelines as January Futures were off 13 cents to $4.47. Support is $4.40. The decline in storage was -89 bcf from the previous week not enough to spark buying. Weekly Natural Gas Storage Report Latest NOAA weather […]

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Rayno SnowBlog: LaNina Strengthens, Nat Gas Gets Weather Boost

Nat Gas Approaches Breakout at $4.50 Cold weather is forecasted for the NE and SE for the next 10 days giving a boost to nat gas prices reaching a five day high near $4.50 today. November price highs are in the $4.52 area which could spark a bull camp move to $4.92. The next inventory […]

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Rayno SnowBlog: LaNina Advisory-Nat Gas Up on Cold Weather- Update

11/23/10 Nat Gas is approaching its mid-Sep highs as cold weather is forecasted to continue for the next 10-14 days. Today’s high is $4.29 up from lows around $3.70 on Oct 25. The Jan.’11 Futures Contracts is at $4.39 Quotes & Charts with Indicators – Stocks Options Futures Forex – Traders Log Storm and Nat […]

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