|Snow Report - 10 Mar 2014|
Lake Louise & Ski Banff @ Mt Norquay
|Last snowed|| 09-Mar-2014|
|Fresh snow||23 cm|
|Lower slopes||128 cm|
|Upper slopes||214 cm|
|Runs to resort||Excellent|
|Off piste snow||Powder|
|Comments||Today's fresh powder means fresh tracks!|
Snow Overview - Canada (snow news updated 10-Mar-2014)
Many Canadian resorts reported fresh snow over the weekend and into Monday 10th March. Skiers at Lake Louise, part of the Banff (128/214cm) area, woke up to 23cm of fresh snow on Monday morning, which was on top of around 20cm over the course of the weekend. Conditions are great at the moment and although it’s warmer than it has been recently the snow is in excellent condition.
Snow fell at Panorama (84/150cm) too. 25cm of snow gave a fantastic March powder day. Like Banff, it’s fairly warm at around freezing but the snow is nice and powdery and there’s plenty of it as we head into spring.
North American Weather Outlook
A mixture of sunny and cloudy weather is expected throughout this week and over next weekend, with a chance of fresh snow at almost all of our featured North America resorts. The only two resorts without fresh snow forecast are Mammoth and Heavenly in California.
The Skeena heli-ski area in Canada is expecting the most snow, with almost 80cm of fresh snow forecast at mid-mountain level by Tuesday 18th March. Here fresh snow is forecast every day until then. In America it is the Vermont resorts of Mount Snow, Killington and Stowe that should receive the heaviest snowfall, with around 30cm scheduled to land at mid-mountain level over the same period. In New Hampshire, Attitash Bear Peak should receive a similar amount.