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Ingrid Backstrom in Alaska for Chasing Shadows.

The Sandy High Ski Team will hold its annual fundraiser on Friday and Saturday, December 4th and 5th, with ski and snowboard gear and apparel, a silent auction and raffle, and two showings of the new Warren Miller film, Chasing Shadows.

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Lisa Moulding at the Mazot. Photo by Sean Jacks

Mount Hood friends of the late Lisa Moulding will gather Saturday at the Mazot Hut to remember a super-positive young woman who died too soon.

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Nothing like fresh Dungie on the Mountain!

Cascade Ski Club will hold its annual crab feed Saturday, February 13 at the club lodge in Govy, with tons of great food at a classic Mt. Hood institution.

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A rowdy end to a good winter.

Last season's Thanks for Snow party in Govy seemed like a stretch, given that it barely even snowed, so the big Mt. Hood year-end party got renamed the Season-Ender Bender instead. Well we had plenty of snow to be thankful for this year, but apparently the Season-Ender Bender was so much fun that the name lives on.

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Huge winds, major snow.

The storm continues with more snow mixed with some rain at lower elevations, and strong westerly winds.

Temperature Range at 6,337 feet: 30-36

Wind: 15-20 mph from the West, increasing to 21-26 mph.

Snow Base at 5250 feet Meadows: 17 inches

Annual snowfall at Timberline: 54 inches and rising

Freezing Level: Around 7,000 feet

Roads: Wet and slick

Sources: Northwest Weather and Avalanche Center Data at upper Timberline, NWAC data at Meadows, NWAC data at Skibowl, National Weather Service, Temira, ODOT cameras, Timberline, Meadows, Skibowl, snow-forecast.com

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We lost a lot of snowpack yesterday, but a big storm should hit tomorrow.

The temperature is about five degrees too high on Mount Hood today. Yesterday's rain washed away a lot of of snow pack, but we should get that back with the big snow dump expected tomorrow.

Temperature Range at 6,337 feet: 31-37

Wind: 7-10 mph from the Southwest

Snow Base at 5250 feet Meadows: 9 inches

Annual snowfall at Timberline: 54 inches

Freezing Level: Around 8,000 feet

Roads: Wet

Sources: Northwest Weather and Avalanche Center Data at upper Timberline, NWAC data at Meadows, NWAC data at Skibowl, National Weather Service, Temira, ODOT cameras, Timberline, Meadows, Skibowl, snow-forecast.com

It's raining and blowing on the mountain today, with rain expected to turn to snow by 10 am at 6,000 feet. The rain has done a job on the snow base, but the freezing level is dropping and we should get some real accumulation today.

Temperature Range at 6,337 feet: 29-37

Wind: 16-22 mph from the South, gusts to 31

Snow Base at 5250 feet at Meadows: 8 inches

Annual snowfall at Timberline: 54 inches

Freezing Level: Falling from 7,500 feet to 5,200 feet

Roads: Wet and slick

Sources: Northwest Weather and Avalanche Center Data at upper Timberline, NWAC data at Meadows, NWAC data at Skibowl, National Weather Service, Temira, ODOT cameras, Timberline, Meadows, Skibowl, snow-forecast.com

It's cloudy and calm on the mountain today, with some snow expected later in the day. The wind has eased substantially. Palmer Snowfield is open.

Temperature Range at 6,337 feet: 29-35

Wind: 5-7 mph from the Southwest

Snow Base at 5250 feet at Meadows: 12 inches

Annual snowfall at Timberline: 59 inches

Freezing Level: Rising from 7.100 feet to 9,000 feet

Roads: Wet and slick

Sources: Northwest Weather and Avalanche Center, National Weather Service, Temira, Timberline, Meadows, Skibowl, snow-forecast.com

It's drizzling on the mountain this morning, but the sun is expected to break through later. Palmer Snowfield is open.

Temperature Range at 6,337 feet: 39-43

Wind: 16 mph from the East

Snow Base at 5250 feet at Meadows: 11 inches

Annual snowfall at Timberline: 59 inches

Freezing Level: Around 10,000 feet

Roads: Wet

Sources: Northwest Weather and Avalanche Center, National Weather Service, Temira's Mt. Hood Forecast, Timberline, Meadows, Skibowl, snow-forecast.com