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Snow Forecast for 3200 ski resorts around the World, updated four times a day. Weather forecasts are provided for the top lift, bottom lift and mid-mountain elevations. Our detailed Snow Reports and live updates are submitted by local Ski Clubs, ski resort staff and our users. Interactive weather maps show the amount of predicted snowfall as well as the current snow conditions and weather observations. The snow maps also show where the best piste conditions, off-piste powder and forecast weather for skiing and snowboarding can be found.
Accumulated snow forecast for the next 3 days.Click to view snow map
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Latest Snow News
- Weather radar observation: Snowing heavily in Galdhøpiggen Sommerskisenter.
- Weather radar observation: Heavy snow is falling above Auris En Oisans.
- Shower light rain shower reported from Blue River Airport at 683 metres elevation only 3 kms NNE of Mike Wiegele Heli-Skiing Resort but it is forecast cold enough for snow at higher elevations in the ski area
- Drizzle reported from Akureyri Airport at 27 metres elevation 6 kms ENE of Hlíðarfjall Akureyri but it is forecast cold enough for snow at the ski area
Latest worldwide snow report
UPDATED 18 JUNE MAY 2019 More ski areas have opened over the weekend in both the northern and southern hemispheres as ski areas north of the equator gear up for summer skiing and top the south for the main 2019 winter season.....
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Latest submitted reviews
Mount Buffalo ski resort:
“Early snow in 2019 season posted on snow-forecast so off we went to see the snow..The highest point on the mountain one can access is 'The Horn'. The last kilometer of muddy track ends at the parking area. Light fine rain with a 30kph wind was not much fun. The local authorities have not done much of a job keeping the climbing track up to The Horn very clean. Every few metres, from the beginning of the track, lie used tissues where people have not even bothered to cover up their crap or tissue piles. There are 2 main ski areas (free access is unusual for Australia); the upper most being 'Cresta' is a carpark where once a kiosk/ski shop was burnt down and dozed years ago. Silent rusting ski lifts stand testament to happier days gone by. An 'emergency shelter' (a container sized shed) is on the car park but securely locked. There is no phone service here as a sign on the shelter warns.
'Dingo Dell' is the first ski area you come to as you ascent the mountain road. It has a small kiosk and ample parking. No lifts there. Staff not hospitable either. So, all in all, the best part is, it's free..”
Jim Faulkner from AUSTRALIA - 03 Jun 2019
Hkakabo Razi ski resort:
“I just had to comment here. Anyone who knows anything about the world's mountains knows this peak is the most remote and hard to reach mountain in the tropical or temperate regions of the planet. There is not a ski resort for a thousand miles from it at least, maybe in India, but at least your write-up implied that.”
David Marshall from CANADA - 30 May 2019
Mount Hutt ski resort:
“I have been skiing Mt Hutt for the past 25 years. It has a mixed terrain that provides consistent challenges and enjoyment. The food and hospitality are good, the road is a challenge. Methven is a great town.
If you are looking for tree skiing, it is not there and the weather can come in strong. Being there is time well spent. Methven is a great community. Enjoy it, I do.”
Butch Stern from NEW ZEALAND - 29 May 2019