24 Hour – 3.5″ | 7 Day – 9.5″ | Base Depth – 14″
The snow has arrived in New England and Mount Snow is reporting 1″ an hour snow totals this morning and it’s beginning to looks awful deep in Southern VT. Another 10″ is forecasted in the next 24 hours and Mount Snow skiers and riders can expect ropes to begin to drop as the weekend approaches.
- Trails – 38/86
- Lifts – 8/20
- Skiable Terrain – 284/600 acres
Fresh snow, fresh snow, fresh snow! Mother Nature showed up last night and has already delivered over 2.5 inches of fresh powder overnight for your Founder’s Day pleasure! In the midst of this snow storm, we have 190 snow guns and our team of snowmakers cranking away to bring you 33 open trails across 284 acres of open terrain!
Today, the high will be 30 degrees at the base and 26 degrees at the summit. You can expect SE winds at the base to be 10-20 mph and 25-35 mph at the summit. We are expecting another 5-8 inches throughout the day with no signs of stopping until later tonight, so plan accordingly for your daily commute and drive safely!
In celebration for Founder’s Day, we will have a History Museum highlighting all of the important moments in Mount Snow’s history from 10am-2pm inside 1900′ Burger and then join us for a free piece of birthday cake at 3:00pm inside the Main Base Lodge.
Lifts are scheduled to spin today from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., with the Bluebird Express, Canyon Express, Grand Summit Express, Nitro Express, Discovery Shuttle, Apollo Carpet and Challenger on the lineup.
Winter Storm Warning
…WINTER STORM WARNING REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL 7 AM EST WEDNESDAY…
* WHAT…Heavy snow expected. Snow may mix with rain this afternoon over the southern part of the warning area including Glens Falls. Plan on difficult travel conditions, including during the morning commute. Total snow accumulations of 6 to 10 inches are expected.
* WHERE…Western Adirondacks, Glens Falls and Lake George Region, and western Windham County in southern Vermont.
* WHEN…Now to 7 AM EST Wednesday.
* ADDITIONAL DETAILS…Be prepared for significant reductions in visibility at times. Maximum snowfall rates of 1 to 2 inches per hour are expected.
Find out more here: Mount Snow Conditions Report