Snowpack Depths Snowfall Totals Forecasts


Snow Report

Across 60 Locations

The deepest snowpack in Alaska was last observed at Atigun Pass reporting a snowpack depth of 29”, about 108% of normal when compared to the 27" average depth for this time of year.

Rhoads Creek, Perched at an elevation of 1225ft, is currently experiencing some of the coldest temps in Alaska with air temps last recorded at 10 degrees. More snowfall is expected this week, and areas like Grandview are slated to receive up to 46" of snowfall in the next 5 days. View the Ski Report to compare ski area conditions.

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