Mountain Collective Daily Snow

Collectively DEEPER

Summary

The powder party will continue to favor the Collective Resorts in the western United States with multiple FEET and plenty of powder to go around. If you didn't ski last week, this is your week.

Short Term Forecast

Let's get started with the deepest reports from the Collective Resorts over the past 5 days.

Deepest 5-Day Totals

Squaw Alpine: 52 inches

Snowbird: 45 inches

Mammoth: 44 inches

Alta: 39 inches

Sun Valley: 33 inches

This Week

Same story, different week. Every Collective Destination from coast-to-coast will catch the powder wave this week as the storm train continues to deliver. 

For a storm pattern, it doesn’t get much better than this. During the upcoming week, we’ll see deep totals from coast-to-coast with multiple feet for Mammoth and Squaw Alpine, along with Sun Valley in Idaho, Big Sky in Montana, Jackson Hole in Wyoming, Alta/Snowbird in Utah, and double-digit totals for Aspen Snowmass in Colorado.

Sugarbush in Vermont will even get in on the action with one storm on Tuesday/Wednesday and another system heading in on Friday night. An equal opportunity storm track strikes again!

Extended Forecast

Upcoming Weekend & Next Week

If you can't make it out this week, don't fret. As crazy as this may sound, the same pattern will continue into the upcoming weekend and the following week. It really doesn't get much better than this. Pick your destination and go!

As always, stay tuned to the 1-10 day forecasts for all of the Mountain Collective destinations and our team of local forecasters for the latest updates. 

Thanks for reading and look for my next update on Monday, February 18th.

SAM COLLENTINE

Meteorologist at OpenSnow

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