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Snow report

Our snow report gives you the latest snow conditions and ski conditions from actual local ski reports and snow report data. See today's skiing conditions

in hundreds of the world's top ski resorts from north america to european snow - all snow reports are updated every four hours, every day. These snow reports represent skiing conditions and snowfall reported on the slopes right now, so check our snow forecast pages if you want to know where it's going to snow next

Worldwide new snow report

Deepest New Snowfall Report - Top 5 Fresh Snow Reported by Depth

Resort Last Snowed New Snow Depth Depth @ Top Depth @ Bottom
Breckenridge snow report, USA 26 Nov 5cm 53cm 53cm
Lake Louise snow report, Canada 26 Nov 5cm 89cm 76cm
Marmot Basin snow report, Canada 24 Nov 5cm 64cm 64cm
Ski Banff @ Norquay snow report, Canada 24 Nov 3cm 56cm 56cm
Fernie Alpine snow report, Canada 13 Mar 3cm N/Acm N/Acm

Recent New Snowfall Report - Top 5 Fresh Snow Reported by Date (most recent snow reports first)

Resort Last Snowed New Snow Depth Depth @ Top Depth @ Bottom
Breckenridge snow report, USA 26 Nov 5cm 53cm 53cm
Lake Louise snow report, Canada 26 Nov 5cm 89cm 76cm
Whistler snow report, Canada 25 Nov 3cm 86cm 86cm
Ski Banff @ Norquay snow report, Canada 24 Nov 3cm 56cm 56cm
Marmot Basin snow report, Canada 24 Nov 5cm 64cm 64cm

Upper Slope Snow Report - Top 5 Greatest Snow Depth at Top of Ski Area

Resort Last Snowed New Snow Depth Depth @ Top Depth @ Bottom
Lake Louise snow report, Canada 26 Nov 5cm 89cm 76cm
Whistler snow report, Canada 25 Nov 3cm 86cm 86cm
Marmot Basin snow report, Canada 24 Nov 5cm 64cm 64cm
Ski Banff @ Norquay snow report, Canada 24 Nov 3cm 56cm 56cm
Breckenridge snow report, USA 26 Nov 5cm 53cm 53cm

Lower Slope Snow Report - Top 5 Greatest Snow Depth at Bottom of Ski Slopes

Resort Last Snowed New Snow Depth Depth @ Top Depth @ Bottom
Whistler snow report, Canada 25 Nov 3cm 86cm 86cm
Lake Louise snow report, Canada 26 Nov 5cm 89cm 76cm
Marmot Basin snow report, Canada 24 Nov 5cm 64cm 64cm
Ski Banff @ Norquay snow report, Canada 24 Nov 3cm 56cm 56cm
Breckenridge snow report, USA 26 Nov 5cm 53cm 53cm

Snow reports by country

North American snow report (100+ US & Canada ski resort reviews, detailed village descriptions & mountain stats)

SNO ski reports are based on local snowfall report data and each snow report is updated every 4 hours using the United States NOAA global satellite snow depth measurements - our snow report resolution is measured and error corrected down to a 1km resolution, using the most recent hi-res topographical modelling of the earth, mapped by the space shuttle - to get more accurate snow report and ski conditions than this, you need to go there with a tape measure!

Snow report FAQ:

This is the question that every skier or snowboarder wants to know when booking a ski holiday! During the winter months, it will be snowing somewhere in Europe or North America. There will be snow falling or snow on the slopes in many ski resorts, and certain ski resorts will naturally receive more snow than others. Check our snow reports to see exactly where it is snowing now, and which ski resorts have the best snow.

For a detailed snow outlook, check out our snow forecast by country and resorts, updated every 4 hours.

Predicting snow is one of the most challenging weather predictions there is as there are so many different factors to consider. Even though it snows regularly in ski resorts in Europe and North America in the winter, the forecast is most accurate closer to the day. Even if snow is forecast next week, it could change.

For the best snow conditions, choose a high-altitude ski resort such as Tignes or Val Thorens in France, Cervinia in Italy, Obergurgl in Austria or Breckenridge in the USA.

To find out where it is going to snow next, look at our snow forecast to see which ski resorts are expecting the most snow over the coming week. Our snow report is updated daily featuring ski resorts around the world, including Europe and North America. Also check snow forecast in French ski resorts, snow forecast in Austrian ski resorts, snow forecast in Italian ski resorts, snow forecast in Swiss ski resorts and snow forecast in Bulgarian ski resorts.

The weather in the Alps during winter is affected by four main climatic influences: moist air from the Atlantic, polar air from northern Europe, cold and dry air from the continent and warm air from the Mediterranean. In December, January and February, temperatures in low areas of the Alps range from −5 to 4 °C but can go down to -20°C. In March and April, it generally starts to feel warmer, but be prepared for sudden snowstorms. There usually is snow on the ground above 1800m from December to April. Glacial regions of the Alps can have snow throughout the year.

To find out which ski resorts that have the deepest snow levels take a look at our new snow report. You will find out which resorts have had the most fresh snow and have the highest snow depths. Ski resorts with the best historic snowfalls are Zermatt, Val Thorens, Cervinia, Tignes and Whistler. Discover more snow-sure ski resorts.


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