Accurate snow reports are key for planning your next sick powder day, and coincidentally, your next sick day. Plan and prepare your next case of...umm..."Feline AIDS"?, with Colorado Powder Forecast
From a trained meteorologist/ obsessed skier who just quit his job to run the previously newsletter CPF as a full-fledged website, the pow page offers ruthlessly thorough, mountain-by-mountain, updated-daily overviews of the state's predicted and current snowfalls, which are later compared to actual totals and competitors' predictions with great results, though not to Patricia Arquette's predictions, because who wants Medium results? Beyond-the-numbers daily breakdowns include illuminating graphics (like a "Forecasted Jet Stream Position" chart explaining why the recent snow in Breck doesn't make "meteorological sense"), uber-specific mountain-activity recs ("with generally good visibility ... climbing and skiing backcountry peaks could be part of the plan") and curated links to ski/snowboard vids, meaning you'll no longer be shocked when searching for footage of "massive dumps". Time-crunched skiers/riders can just peep the numbers on his five-day-long Quick Forecast, with day and night prediction totals and his pick of the best powder day for over 20 mountains broken down into region, like Aspen in "Central", or Steamboat in "Intrawest Powdr", which also sounds like a DI-AA league where teams get steamrolled. Even by Virginia Commonwealth
In early 2011, he'll start producing and airing a web-series called "The Daily Snow", which he'll film in front of a green screen to act like a "real" weatherman, as opposed to acting like a real under-the-weather-man, which is what you had to do when coming back from a day off for...um..."Acute Vaginismis"?