Alaska Snowpack Alaska Ski Report



28° Mostly Sunny

34.0" Snowpack 125% of Normal

No new snow to report today, with snowpack levels sitting at 34.0". Snowpack levels for this time of year average around 27 inches and range from 7 inches (2015) to 48.0 inches (2012).

Weather today, Mostly sunny, with a high near 28. Calm wind. It doesn't look like there's any substantial snow forecasted this week with air temperatures ranging between 28° - 34° over the next 5 days.

Terrain Surface NA
Powder Score NA
Snowpack Percent Normal 125%
Max Snowpack 48" 2012
Snowfall Past 24 Hours 0"
Snowfall Next 24 Hours 0"
Snowfall Next 5 Days 1"
Top Elevation 1128 Meters
Lift Count 3 Lifts
Base Elevation 337 Meters

Current Conditions

Snowpack levels, snow water equivalent
* Data sourced from Summit Creek

Weather Forecast

Recent Air Temperature

Snow Forecast

Weather into tomorrow, Partly sunny, with a high near 34. Calm wind becoming south around 5 mph.

Snowpack Density

Snowpack vs Snow Water Equivalent

Wet, heavy snowfall generally consists of atleast 12.5% water content or higher for every foot of snow. Lighter, drier snow might contain up to 1.0 inch of water for every foot of snow; up to 8.3% water.

Seasonal Snow Comparison

Compare year over year snow water equivalency

Snowpack levels are currently 26% above average, with snowpack depth last observed at 34 inches.

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