Snow Report for Thursday, March 26th
47" Mid Mountain / 70" Upper Mountain
Powder! / Machine groomed
Rise and shine Powder Hounds!
Well yesterday was a glorious day here in Big Sky. If you are looking for a cure to your powder hangover, don’t worry, we got your fix… Just come ski more powder today! If you weren’t here, you definitely missed out on an epic day of face shots and whiteroom check-ins. Come ski today and see for yourself!
The forecast for today is going to be partly sunny skies with a chance of snow showers during the day. There was a trace to 1” of new snow overnight, 7-15” of new snow in the past 24hrs and 16-23” in the past 48hrs. The expected high will be around 42F this afternoon. The mid-mountain base is at 47” and the upper mountain base is at 70”.
Yesterday, there was moderate snow transport; winds were coming from the West at 10-20mph. With that being said, go ski the pockets for the deepest snow out there today! Winds for today will be blowing from the Northwest at 15-25mph.
Please ski with caution, be aware of where you are skiing or riding and what you are doing. We care about your safety and want you to have the best experience ever here at Big Sky Resort. Know the code!
If you couldn’t make it out yesterday, don’t worry there is still a bunch of snow out here at Lone Peak that hasn’t been touched yet but you have to find it before I do. Challenge accepted? Get your taste of Montana cold smoke powder today before it’s gone and have the best day ever everyone!
And remember… Keep the vibe alive!
Wind: 5 mph from SSW
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