Snow Forecast Mapswhere's the snow in the next 3 days?
Snow Forecast for 3100 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
Country ski resort overviews
Latest Snow News
- Looking good, with 15cm fresh light snow on top of the previous dump, conditions are great and the forecast is fabulous through to the end of the month!
- Anonymous Report: Snowing at a moderate rate in Sunshine Village.
- Anonymous Report: Snow falling in Snow Summit. Pretty cold today. The new snow between ankle and knee deep. Every lift is open.
- Anonymous Report: Snow is falling in Whistler.
Latest worldwide snow report
UPDATED 16 FEBRUARY 2017 Thursday 16th of February was one heck of a day for French resorts where the sun ruled supreme over both ranges. Slope quality varied depending on the temperatures, recent snowfalls and exposure to the sun but remained generally good to excellent. .... (courtesy of the Skiclub of GB)
Current ski resort picks
Long range skiing weather forecasts for daily picks of our top 5 Resorts are FREE to non snow-forecast.com members! Find the deepest snow, the snowiest forecasts and the ski resorts reporting powder conditions to make the most of planning your winter sports holiday.
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Latest submitted reviews
Sugarloaf ski resort:
“Sugarloaf is the place to be if you are a dedicated hardcore east coast skier. Terrain like none other, and an amazing atmosphere to match. Sugarloaf the best backcountry skiing on the east coast and the grooming is certainly up to par. As for food, the bar located at the bottom of the mountain has a great atmosphere and great for apres-ski. All the people at Sugarloaf are dedicated, and make the trek to go up there every weekend. Sugarloaf is by far the best place to go on the East Coast.”
Loafer from UNITED STATES - 16 Feb 2017
Mount Seymour ski resort:
“I had the best day ever but I think it's not one of the good mountains.”
Skier from CANADA - 15 Feb 2017
Mount Hermon ski resort:
“I am a ski snob. German by birth, I began skiing and walking about the same time. I have lived and skied around the world. Having immigrated to Israel approx. 5 years ago, I vowed to go at least once just to get my non-skiing spouse into the snow. We went in January, staying in Newe Ativ overnight where we rented equipment and purchased lift and parking passes. The staff was friendly and efficient and I did not find the prices extraordinary. If you want to ski cheap- do X-Country, ok? There's even a Beit Knesset on premises. We had a fantastic time. The lines were not long at all. The diversity of people and cultures was heartening. Druze, Satmars, handicapped, just to name a few of the groups represented. It's a great family-oriented place, with many coming not to ski, but bringing their various snacks and gear (think beach-like) just to enjoy some fun in the snow. There is rental and pro shop on premises as well as ski school, snack bars, sled runs, and a "roller coaster" type thing. The slopes are well maintained in that as little snow as there was, is was still quite skiable without exposed rock, grass, or ice. The runs are of adequate length to justify the lift time, and breaking trail seems allowed. The further back areas have fantastic views and great variety. It was great value and I can't wait to take my grandchildren there.”
Miri Bneram from ISRAEL - 15 Feb 2017