June 14, 2024

No new snow to report today, with snowpack levels sitting at 0.0". Snowpack levels for this time of year average around 3 inches, but can be as high as 104 inches.

Weather today, mostly sunny, with a high near 65. light north northwest wind becoming northwest 5 to 10 mph in the morning. winds could gust as high as 23 mph. Up to 7" of more snowfall forecasted over the next 5 days.

Terrain Surface NA
Powder Score NA
Snowpack Percent Normal 5%
Max Recorded Snowpack 104"
Snowfall Past 24 Hours 0"
Snowfall Next 24 Hours 0"
Snowfall Next 5 Days 6.79"

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Snowpack Depth (Past 7 Days)
Data sourced from Mountain Meadows

Recent Air Temperatures

Snow Forecast

5 Day Snow Forecast

Weather into tomorrow, A 30 percent chance of rain, mainly after noon. Snow level 8400 feet lowering to 6900 feet in the afternoon . Partly sunny, with a high near 49. Light northwest wind becoming west northwest 8 to 13 mph in the morning. Winds could gust as high as 29 mph.

Hourly Forecast

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

Mount Pandora

Mount Pandora Ski Resort in Idaho offers a variety of trails for skiers of all levels. Beginner skiers should check out the gentle slopes of the Bunny Hill, while advanced skiers will enjoy the challenge of the steep and narrow trails on the backside of the mountain. Interestingly, Mount Pandora was named after the Greek mythological character Pandora, who was said to have opened a box releasing all the world's evils. Few people know that the mountain was named after a local schoolteacher's daughter who was also named Pandora. After a day on the slopes, skiers can unwind at the cozy and welcoming atmosphere of The Powder Keg, a favorite apres ski hangout that offers live music and delicious food.

Terrain Overview

Mount Pandora Ski Resort in Idaho is situated in the Sawtooth Mountains, which are part of the Rocky Mountains range. The resort offers a variety of ski runs with different mountain aspects, including north-facing slopes, south-facing slopes, east-facing slopes, and west-facing slopes. These different aspects provide a range of ski terrain for all ability levels, from beginner to advanced skiers and snowboarders.


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