Summit at Snoqualmie
Snow Forecast 10 pm 28 Aug 2016(local time) Weather Forecast for Summit at Snoqualmie at 1652 m altitude issued:
Summit at Snoqualmie
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Days 0-3 Summit at Snoqualmie Weather Summary:Light rain (total 3.0mm), mostly falling on Wed afternoon. Very mild (max 15°C on Mon afternoon, min 8°C on Wed afternoon). Wind will be generally light.
Days 4-6 Summit at Snoqualmie Weather Summary:Heavy rain (total 20.0mm), heaviest during Fri afternoon. Mild temperatures (max 8°C on Wed night, min 3°C on Fri morning). Wind will be generally light.
|Sun||Monday 29||Tuesday 30||Wednesday 31||Thursday 1||Friday 2||Sat|
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|Freezing level (m)||3950||3750||3800||3900||3850||3600||3650||3250||3200||2800||2500||2600||2400||2300||2500||2500||2500||2650|
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Visitor Reviews of Summit at Snoqualmie
Ron Lee from United States writes:
Well there must be something right with a 4-ski area destination that gets 600,000 skier days per year. Yes we are an easy one hour drive from Downtown Seattle Washington US but a world apart. All those rain stories you hear about Seattle are true and then those same 'Japanese Trade Current' storms sweep up the Cascade Mountains and rop TONS of snow on Snoqualmie Pass.
We get more snow than anywhere else in the world at 3,000 feet elevation. It can vary from year to year so you have to check www.Snoq-Forecast.com first. But last year (2002-2003) was good in 2001-2002) we have 15 feet of packed snow on the ground - I kid you not.
We operate some very large vacation rental homes at the pass (www.Snoq.com). Due to the heavy snow fall most use metal roofs to slide off the snow. Yet some of our three story home roofs were connected to the ground with snow. Its that deep.
We take extra care to make access easy to the homes but some owners were having to go in their THRID floor windows to access their homes. Wow. We get snow.
The quality of the snow can vary but compared to some other places that pray for the white stuff we never have to worry.
Terrain varies from at the four ski areas (all just a few miles apart). There is lots of beginner space, many medium ski runs to our well know 'Alpental' ski area where Olympic Gold metal winner Debbie Armstrong honed her skills. On Alpental the upper runs are more like elevator shafts if you like that kind of thing.
If you have to have lots of night life, all night bars, discos and expensive shops - you'll be disappointed in Snoqualmie Pass. Yes you can run into the Seattle area and get all that and more. But at the pass most folks come to ski. We have the largest Night skiing operation in the US (and maybe the world) which means you can get in an easy 12 hours of slider per day if you want.
So if you've never been to Snoqualmie Pass come stay sometime. Oh, and by the way, its absolutely gorgeous in Summer too. Fishing, biking and always crisp clean air and towering peaks right outside your door.
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