Snow Forecast 6 pm 21 Feb 2018(local time) Weather Forecast for Jay Peak at 1209 m altitude issued:
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Days 0-3 Jay Peak Weather Summary:A dusting of snow turning to light rain (total 7.0mm) on Fri afternoon. Freeze-thaw conditions (max 3°C on Wed afternoon, min -7°C on Wed night). Mainly gales.
Days 4-6 Jay Peak Weather Summary:Light rain (total 6.0mm) at first, then becoming colder with a dusting of snow on Mon afternoon. Freeze-thaw conditions (max 5°C on Sun afternoon, min -9°C on Mon night). Mainly stormy winds.
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Visitor Reviews of Jay Peak
Gonzo from Canada writes:
Jay Peak gets as much snow as most resorts in the Rockies. Beware of the weather, as it could be blowing 100km/h at the top during big storms, and I have been there to see the entire hill shut down as a result. Amazing hill for tree huggers, not so much for groomers. Taking the tram to the peak is really only for tourists, but offers a great view. Jay Peak is a hill for hardcore enthusiasts who enjoy deep snow, glades, a relaxing vibe, and rustic facilities.
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