Conditions & Weather

  • Last Updated: Thursday, 02:56 PM

    Current Conditions


      • Light Rain
      • 34 °F
        • 43°
        • 32°
      • 97 %
      • Precipitation
      • 5 mph
      • Wind
      • Machine Groomed
      • Primary Surface
      • Wet Snow
      • Secondary Surface
Last Updated: Thursday, 06:20 AM

Area Snowfall & Temperature

  • Alpental
    • 32 °F
    • 0 "

      Since 5am

    • 1 "

      12Hr

    • 7 "

      24Hr

    • 16 "

      48Hr

    • 172 "

      Season Total

    • 88 "

      Base Depth

  • Alpental Mid
    • 26 °F
    • 8 "

      Since 5am

    • 1 "

      12Hr

    • 8 "

      24Hr

    • 17 "

      48Hr

    • 193 "

      Season Total

    • 110 "

      Base Depth

  • Alpental Top
    • 34 °F
    • 28 mph
    • 0 "

      Since 5am

    • 1 "

      12Hr

    • 9 "

      24Hr

    • 21 "

      48Hr

    • 307 "

      Season Total

    • 155 "

      Base Depth

  • Summit West
    • 32 °F
    • 20 mph
    • 0 "

      Since 5am

    • 1 "

      12Hr

    • 7 "

      24Hr

    • 16 "

      48Hr

    • 149 "

      Season Total

    • 77 "

      Base Depth

Snow Reporter's Comments

January 23, 2020: Good morning and happy Thursday! Nearly 7 inches of new snow accumulated throughout the past 24 hours has helped keep our base depth at 77 inches here at Summit West. With a high humidity percentage and a stable dewpoint, we are likely to see some drizzle for the day. Temperatures are expected to rise a bit and range from 35°F to 39°F. Alpental will be temporarily closed today, Thursday Jan. 23rd due to dangerous adverse conditions and heavy weather. We appreciate your patience and understanding with this matter. Ski Patrol are taking strides to reopen areas soon while keeping guest safety a top priority. Summit Central will be running several lifts covering ample terrain starting at 9am this morning. Summit West is expected to open later today at 4pm. Summit Central and Summit West are scheduled to have the lights on for night skiing this evening until 10pm. Keep in mind Silver Fir Express will be closing at 9pm as per usual. Staying unstuck out there in the thick snow can be avoided by sticking to the newly groomed runs thanks to our hard working overnight team. The liquid sunshine is no match for the proper attire, so grab your gear and come enjoy some smooth laps. -BW

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Last Updated: Thursday, 06:39 AM
    • Conditions
    • The roadway is bare and wet with slush in places
    • Eastbound
    • No restrictions
    • Westbound
    • No restrictions

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