Conditions Report: Blue Skies And Blower After The Storm @BigSky

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Conditions Report: Blue Skies And Blower After The Storm @BigSky

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Conditions Report: Blue Skies And Blower After The Storm @BigSky

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[All photos courtesy of Lily Krass/Unofficial Networks]

January, 13 2017 | By Lily Krass

24 hour snowfall: 0” | 72 hour snowfall: 14-18” | Base Depth: 72” (Upper mountain)

The most recent storm cycle dumped 30″ of snow since Sunday on Lone Peak @Big Sky and today– the skies opened up for a killer bluebird day! Temps are low and the snow is blower.

Related: Another Atmospheric River Headed For The West!

“This is what Big Sky is all about- no crowds and epic snow!” said Bryan Gill. The Big Sky’s conditions reporter was grinning ear to ear as we skied tram lap after tram lap of cold smoke with the place all to ourselves.

The only question– Where is everyone? There are still fresh lines to be had with a few more sunny days ahead between storm cycles so get out there and enjoy the fresh snow and the wondrous wind effect in Montana.

  • Surface Conditions – Powder/Packed
  • 3 Day High – 26°F
  • 3-Day Snow Forecast – 0″

NOAA Forecast:

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Find out more here: Big Sky Snow Report

 

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