Most new snow ski report
December 20, 2014
Roldal, Norway, again, 14 inches. I'm guessing a big dome of high pressure is sitting over the Eastern Atlantic and Western Europe and it's driving the powder moisture train right into central Norway. WOO
December 19, 2014
Stranda, Norway 14 inches. Something is definitely on in Norway as they have been the top powder recipient almost every day for 10 days now... Perhaps I should go check it out and re-discover my Norwegian heritage.
December 18, 2014
Sogndal Ski Center Norway 14 inches new in 24 hours. 26 inches new in 3 days. Ski resorts in Norway have been Most New Snow of the Day almost every day for a week. That's where the powder skiing is!
December 17, 2014
Plan di Bobbio, Il Lombardia, Italy 12 inches in 24 hours and 2 feet in 48 hours. This is an incredibly beautiful area of the World most famous for its lakes like Lake Comon. Today, it's a powder day of skiing.
December 16, 2014
Jolster Ski Centre, Norway 28 inches! This little Mom and Pop ski area in Norway normally gets on average 98 inches per year, but on this day more than 2 feet. And it don't melt up here, so they're good to go...
December 15, 2014
Steamboat Resort, Colorado 13 inches and 17 inch storm total.
December 14, 2014
Durango Mountain Resort, Colorado 12 inches. The ski area in the Western San Juan of Southern Colorado former known as Purgatory gets the most powder of this splitter storm that drenched California and headed east in a couple of pieces. California got much less than forecasted, Utah got a little but Southern Rockies did pretty good.
December 13, 2014
Sun Valley, Idaho 8 inches. After a terribly over-forecasted storm blasted through the West, Sun Valley, Idaho received the most snow in this 24 hour period with 8 inches.
December 12, 2014
ROLDAL, WESTERN-NORWAY, HORDALAND, NORWAY 15 inches new 63 in 7 days
December 10, 2014
RAULAND - RAULANDSFJELL - VIERLI, Norway 16 inches new