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Snow Reports for American Ski Resorts and Snow Forecasts for USA

Deepest Snow in USA

Resort Snow Depth
Jackson Hole 193 cm
Snowbird 163 cm
Alta 160 cm
Breckenridge 145 cm
Big Sky 140 cm
Aspen 130 cm
Copper Mountain 130 cm
Deer Valley 124 cm
Park City 120 cm
Winter Park 110 cm

Resorts with Most Snow Forecast

Resort Next 5 Days
Jackson Hole 48 cm
Beaver Creek 30 cm
Alta 29 cm
Park City 29 cm
Snowbird 29 cm
Deer Valley 28 cm
Killington 28 cm
New Hampshire 28 cm
The Canyons 28 cm
Hunter Mountain 27 cm

Snowfall and Snow Forecasts for American Ski Resorts

Resort Snow Depth Last Snow USA recent snowfalls feed Next Snow Snow report Snow Forecast
Alta 160 cm 30 Jan 1 cm 2 Feb 7 cm Snow Report Snow Forecast
Alyeska - - - Snow Forecast
Aspen 130 cm 22 Jan 5 cm 1 Feb 3 cm Snow Report Snow Forecast
Beaver Creek 94 cm 20 Jan 15 cm 1 Feb 2 cm Snow Report Snow Forecast
Big Mountain - - 1 Feb 1 cm Snow Forecast
Big Sky 140 cm 29 Jan 1 cm 1 Feb 5 cm Snow Report Snow Forecast
Breckenridge 145 cm 22 Jan 15 cm 2 Feb 2 cm Snow Report Snow Forecast
Bretton Woods - - 1 Feb 1 cm Snow Forecast
Copper Mountain 130 cm 22 Jan 3 cm 2 Feb 3 cm Snow Report Snow Forecast
Crested Butte 94 cm 20 Jan 5 cm 1 Feb 3 cm Snow Report Snow Forecast
Deer Valley 124 cm 30 Jan 5 cm 2 Feb 6 cm Snow Report Snow Forecast
Durango Mountain Resort 84 cm 30 Jan 8 cm - Snow Report Snow Forecast
Heavenly - - - Snow Forecast
Hunter Mountain - - 1 Feb 9 cm Snow Forecast
Jackson Hole 193 cm 30 Jan 8 cm 1 Feb 9 cm Snow Report Snow Forecast
Keystone 89 cm 24 Jan 3 cm 3 Feb 2 cm Snow Report Snow Forecast
Killington 76 cm 30 Jan 5 cm 1 Feb 3 cm Snow Report Snow Forecast
Lake Placid - - 1 Feb 2 cm Snow Forecast
Lake Tahoe - - - Snow Forecast
Mammoth 102 cm 29 Jan 2 cm - Snow Report Snow Forecast
Mt Hood - - 3 Feb 1 cm Snow Forecast
New Hampshire - - 1 Feb 1 cm Snow Forecast
Northstar at Tahoe - - - Snow Forecast
Park City 120 cm 20 Jan 3 cm 2 Feb 7 cm Snow Report Snow Forecast
Smuggler's Notch - - 1 Feb 1 cm Snow Forecast
Snowbird 163 cm 29 Jan 3 cm 2 Feb 7 cm Snow Report Snow Forecast
Snowmass - - 1 Feb 3 cm Snow Forecast
Squaw Valley 86 cm 29 Jan 10 cm - Snow Report Snow Forecast
Steamboat 94 cm 22 Jan 1 cm 1 Feb 1 cm Snow Report Snow Forecast
Stowe 76 cm 30 Jan 8 cm 1 Feb 1 cm Snow Report Snow Forecast
Sugarloaf - - 2 Feb 18 cm Snow Forecast
Sun Valley - - 3 Feb 2 cm Snow Forecast
Sundance - - 2 Feb 5 cm Snow Forecast
Sunday River 76 cm 30 Jan 5 cm 2 Feb 19 cm Snow Report Snow Forecast
Taos 104 cm 22 Jan 15 cm - Snow Report Snow Forecast
Telluride 104 cm 30 Jan 3 cm - Snow Report Snow Forecast
The Canyons 94 cm 30 Jan 3 cm 2 Feb 6 cm Snow Report Snow Forecast
Vail 99 cm 21 Jan 3 cm 1 Feb 1 cm Snow Report Snow Forecast
Whitefish - - 1 Feb 1 cm Snow Forecast
Winter Park 110 cm 25 Jan 2 cm 3 Feb 3 cm Snow Report Snow Forecast

Snow Conditions in USA (29 January 2015)

It has been a quiet week across western USA, with mild temperatures and mostly sunny skies dominating the weather patterns.

Some very good piste skiing is still on offer, especially on the upper slopes as lower down some softening followed by a refreeze has led to some packed conditions. A light dusting was picked up at Alta (163cm) and Snowbird (163cm) on Thursday morning and Snowbasin (132cm) caught a surprise 13cm overnight on Wednesday. The Ski Club Leader in Jackson Hole (195cm) reported 5cm of fresh snow on Wednesday, which with a strong wind led to some excellent windblown powder stashes on some favoured aspects.

California has finally seen some snowfall this week, although with a maximum of 10cm recorded at Squaw Valley (86cm) and 8cm at Heavenly (81cm), much more is needed for more terrain to open up. Unfortunately this does not appear to be forthcoming, at least in the next nine days.

The story could not be more different on the east coast, where winter storm Juno that dumped over half a metre on Boston, also dropped some good falls on the Appalachian resorts. Sunday River (76cm) caught the most, recording 45cm during the storm, resulting in some amazing powder conditions across the mountain. Killington (76cm) picked up 13cm and Sugarbush (183cm) added 15cm to its excellent base depth. Some more snow can be expected in the coming days, improving snow conditions even further.

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