Vail Forecast

Fri
Nov 16
 
 
 
 
 
Night
0"
Partly Cloudy
20°F
Sat
Nov 17
Day
2-4"
Snow
31°F
Night
0-1"
Snow Showers
12°F
Sun
Nov 18
Day
0"
Few Clouds
28°F
Night
0"
Few Clouds
12°F
Mon
Nov 19
Day
0"
Few Clouds
33°F
Night
0"
Clear
14°F
Tue
Nov 20
Day
0"
Sunny
36°F
Night
0"
Clear
15°F
Wed
Nov 21
Day
0"
Sunny
37°F
Night
0"
Clear
16°F

Vail Daily Snow

Terrain & Snow Lifts are spinning and there are 34 trails and 7 lifts available. That’s a great beginning to the season! Thursday recap It was sunny and dry with a high around 30-40F across the mountain. Friday The final dry and sunny day with temperatures warming into the mid-to-upper 30s and low 40s. Overnight lows and dry air will … Read More

Colorado Daily Snow

Powder Like yesterday, we’ll keep the early-season excitement alive with this reader-submitted picture. Skiers and riders aren’t the only folks who love pow! If you are in the backcountry, please make sure that you are educated about the avalanche risk via courses, and reading the avalanche forecast from CAIC and CBAC. Friday Simi … Read More

Chase Powder Daily Snow

Very cold air and snowfall will be pushing down from Canada in the Rockies late this week.  That will kick off moderate snow for most of interior BC and eventually central and southern Montana Friday morning. Montana could see a moderate teaser of 5-7 inches near Bridger Bowl, 3-7 inches near Big Sky, and similar amounts outside of Missoula (M … Read More

I-70 Daily Snow

We have one more mild and dry day in-store along the I-70 mountain corridor for Friday. Daytime highs will reach into the low 30s on the mountains and all road surfaces will remain clear and dry.  If you're driving up from Denver and the Front Range, make sure to check GOI-70 each weekend for the expected travel times and delays (weather and … Read More

US and Canada Daily Snow

Powder Meet Gnorm the Powder Gnome. He sits at 6,400 feet, near the summit of Revelstoke mountain in British Columbia, Canada. Gnorm measures 10 inches tall (10.6 inches to be exact) and recently got himself into head-deep powder as the snow piled up. Snow stake cams are the best way to see where it’s snowing and how much. This cam and ma … Read More