Snow Forecast 11 pm 30 Aug 2016(local time) Weather Forecast for Big Sky at 2736 m altitude issued:
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Days 0-3 Big Sky Weather Summary:Moderate rain (total 14.0mm), heaviest on Wed night. Very mild (max 19°C on Wed afternoon, min 11°C on Fri afternoon). Winds increasing (light winds from the SSW on Tue night, near gales from the SW by Fri afternoon).
Days 4-6 Big Sky Weather Summary:Mild with light rain (total 9.0mm) on Sun night Becoming colder with a light covering of snow, mostly falling on Sun night. Freeze-thaw conditions (max 10°C on Sat afternoon, min 0°C on Sun night). Winds decreasing (fresh winds from the WSW on Fri night, calm by Sat night).
|Tue||Wednesday 31||Thursday 1||Friday 2||Saturday 3||Sunday 4||Mon|
|Summary||some clouds||some clouds||some clouds||rain shwrs||rain shwrs||risk thun- der||rain shwrs||risk thun- der||clear||some clouds||clear||clear||some clouds||clear||rain shwrs||light snow||light snow||rain shwrs|
|Freezing level (m)||4900||4800||4950||4800||4650||4750||4600||4400||4500||3450||3200||3800||3500||2900||3500||3200||2700||3100|
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Visitor Reviews of Big Sky
CG from Australia writes:
Big Sky? Super stoked. Enormous mountain now that the merger with Moonlight has happened - and with a huge variety of terrain: trees, chutes and steeps, groomers. Enough to keep a group of 7 snowboarders with the full range of ability happy. What sets the place apart is the beauty of the terrain, and the real warm welcome from the locals. Great range of accommodation. Yup, buy your groceries in Bozeman first, but don't sweat it. It's really worth the trek. Our week here included some powder days and a few super cold days, so you get nose (freeze? editor) but it keeps the snow in great shape. And we didn't mind coming down to one of the base areas for a feed at lunch. We also had a great week in Jackson just before but I'd still rate this mountain above many of its North American competitors; friendliness, good infrastructure, complete lack of crowds and awesome terrain.
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