Although some resorts started this season off a little slow, Mother Nature is making up for it! Fresh snow continues to accumulate at resorts across North America, encouraging downhill enthusiasts everywhere to break out their equipment. Thursday appears to be the beginning for yet another round of storms that will continue into next week. No matter what region you are considering for your next vacation, be assured, the powder will be waiting!

Powder Day Today in Colorado + More Storms On the Way

Today is a powder day at many Colorado resorts, and even more snow predicted to roll in on Friday, just in time for the weekend. In some areas, we could see an additional 13 inches by Sunday evening. It doesn’t stop there; early next week we should see even more coming down in northern and central Colorado for promising conditions.

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Colorado snowfall totals

Aspen Snowmass: 8” in the past 24 hours
Beaver Creek: 7” in the past 24 hours
Breckenridge: 6” in the past 24 hours
Copper Mountain: 4” in the past 24 hours
Crested Butte: 5” in the past 24 hours
Keystone: 5” in the past 24 hours
Steamboat Springs: 9.5” in the past 24 hours
Vail: 7” in the past 24 hours
Winter Park: 5” in the past 24 hours

Jackson Hole, Wyoming: 36” in the Past 7 Days

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Photo: Jackson Hole Mountain Resort

This cowboy town is known for sparking the interests of adventurists looking for their next challenge. With more storms expected over this next week, we are anticipating deep powder. Thursday will be the beginning of another storm that will continue into Sunday. This storm could bring up to 37 inches of new snow. Coming in top five for snow accumulation in the U.S, over the past four days, Jackson Hole is primed and ready for holiday-vacation powderhounds.

Big Sky, Montana: 31” Over the Past 10 Days

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Photo: Big Sky Resort

Big Sky Resort has enjoyed steady snowfall ranging from two to eight inches every day over the past 10 days. There was a small break in buildup for Tuesday and again today but more storms are heading in beginning on Thursday. We could potentially see up to 16 inches by Sunday night, adding to the current base of 29 inches. This will be great coverage for the resort’s 5,750 acres of skiable terrain.

Lake Louise, Alberta: 10/10 Lifts Are Open

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Photo: Lake Louise

It may be early in the season, but Lake Louise is already enjoying January-like conditions. All 10 lifts are open, giving skier’s access to 96 out of the 145 trails with the possibility of further snowfall moving in this weekend. This is going to add to the mountain’s 41 inch base.

Utah Has More Powder Coming

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Photo: Deer Valley Resort
Temperatures were in the single digits yesterday and saw one inch of new snow in some parts of Utah. We are looking at another storm making its way across the state, which will bring in significant coverage through Dec. 13. By the time Sunday rolls around, we could see up to 41 inches of new snow. Now that is a lot of powder!
Utah snowfall totals

Alta: 32” base
Deer Valley Resort: 25” base
Park City Mountain: 19” base
Snowbird: 32” base
Solitude Resort: 28” base

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