Your weekly ski and snow weather report: Stay chill - Metro US

Your weekly ski and snow weather report: Stay chill


Hey, skiers,

Get ready for a continuation of improving ski conditions as more resorts continue to open with a fresh onslaught of fresh powder and ideal snow making conditions through Saturday.

The coldest air mass since mid-February of last season will spread across the entire New England ski country from today and into the first half of the weekend. The arctic punch will be felt as snow showers and squalls will sweep across all of the mountain ranges during Thursday afternoon. The core of the polar air mass will be with us on Friday as temperatures without the wind chill will drop 10-15 degrees below zero across all of New England ski country.

A storm system will start to arrive on Saturday with several inches of fresh powder, before a changeover to sleet, freezing rain, and rain by Saturday night into Sunday morning. Skies will clear Sunday afternoon.

Get your wax on.

Jiminy PeakMassachusetts

Base snow depth: 20”-44”

Lifts open: 3 out of 9

Runs open 18 out of 45

General day by day weather



Base temp: Hi 26/Lo 13

Summit temp: Hi 24/Lo 10


Snow showers

Base temp: Hi 12/Lo 9

Summit temp: Hi 9/Lo 6



Base temp: Hi 9/Lo -10

Summit temp Hi 6/Lo -13



Base temp: Hi 33/Lo 15

Summit temp: Hi 30/Lo 12


Icy AM mix

Base temp: Hi 41/Lo 10 AM rain

Summit temp: Hi 38/Lo 7

Elsewhere in ski country:

Stowe Mountain Resort Vermont: Open

Base snow depth: 18”-36”

Lifts open: 8 out of 13

Runs open: 87 out of 115

Mount Snow Vermont: Open

Base snow depth: 16”-21”

Lifts open: 8 out of 20

Runs open: 26 out of 80

Killington Resort Vermont: Open

Base snow depth: 12”-18”

Lifts open: 9 out of 21

Runs open: 64 out of 155

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