June 25, 2024

Dense Smoke Advisory
Until 2024-06-25T17:00:00-08:00 National Weather Service
* WHAT...Visibility less than one mile in dense smoke. * WHERE...Tanana Flats, Eielson AFB and Salcha and Fairbanks Metro Area. * WHEN...Until 10 AM AKDT Wednesday. * IMPACTS...Hazardous driving conditions due to low visibility.

No new snow to report today, with snowpack levels sitting at 0.0".

Weather today, partly sunny, with a high near 55. calm wind becoming east around 5 mph.

Terrain Surface NA
Powder Score NA
Snowpack Percent Normal 80%
Max Recorded Snowpack 98"
Snowfall Past 24 Hours 0"
Snowfall Next 24 Hours 0"
Snowfall Next 5 Days 0"

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Snowpack Depth (Past 7 Days)
Data sourced from Fairbanks F.O.

Recent Air Temperatures

Snow Forecast

5 Day Snow Forecast

Weather into tomorrow, A 20 percent chance of rain before 10am. Mostly cloudy, with a high near 59. East wind 10 to 15 mph.

Hourly Forecast

Seasonal Snow Comparison

Compare year over year snow water equivalency

Snowpack levels are currently 300% above average, with snowpack depth last observed at 1 inches.

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.

Ski Area Summary

Moose Mountain

Moose Mountain Ski Resort in the United States offers a range of trails for all levels, but the best ones are the intermediate trails, such as the Great Grey and the Big Dipper. An interesting fact is that the resort was established in the 1960s on the site of a former military base. For beginners, the perfect trail to start with is the Bunny Hop, a gentle slope with a magic carpet lift. For après ski, the best bar to go to is the Moose Lodge, where visitors can enjoy a cozy atmosphere with a roaring fire and delicious drinks.

Terrain Overview

Moose Mountain Ski Resort in Alaska is located in the Chugach Mountain Range. The resort offers skiing and snowboarding on various mountain aspects, including north-facing slopes, south-facing slopes, east-facing slopes, and west-facing slopes. These different aspects provide a variety of terrain and snow conditions for skiers and snowboarders to enjoy.


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