Snow Report for Tuesday, February 9
45" Mid Mountain / 67" Upper Mountain
Packed Powder/ Machine Groomed
Good morning skiers and riders,
This is Bryan with your Big Sky Resort snow report.
Big Sky picked up no new snow overnight. Today, the forecast is calling for a beautiful day, with sunny skies and a high temperature of 44F. I know what you’re all thinking. “This is way too early for spring.” I agree, but when Mother Nature hands you beautiful, warm, sunny days the only thing to do is embrace it and ski soft snow in the sunshine! It’s going to be a fun one! The low temperature for tonight is 23F. It is currently 35F at Lobo and 17F at the base, indicating a moderate temperature inversion. Winds will be out of the west northwest between 15-20 mph. The mid-mountain base is 45 inches and the upper mountain base is 67 inches.
C’mon out and enjoy the biggest skiing in America! We’re sure you’ll be stoked you did!
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!
Our lifts are scheduled to run daily from 9:00am - 4:00pm unless otherwise posted and weather pending. Lift Status last updated at 6:18pm MST.
|Little Thunder Double||Open|
|Iron Horse Quad||Open|
|Lone Moose Triple||Open|
|Lone Peak Tram||Open|
|Lone Peak Triple||Open|
|Lone Tree Quad||Open|
|Pony Express Triple||Open|
|Six Shooter Six Pack||Open|
|Southern Comfort Quad||Open|
|Lewis and Clark Quad||Open|
|Swift Current Quad||Open|
|Thunder Wolf Quad||Open|
|White Otter Double||Open|
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