No Bull Ski Report for the Stowe Mountain Ski Resort

Updated Saturday March 17th, 2018

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Stowe's Snow and Trail Report
(not necessarily the state of affairs when you get to the mountain)

Base: 15°F
Summit: 5°F
Trails Open: 116
Lifts Open: 5
Lifts On Hold: 0
Lifts Scheduled: 12
Surface: Powder Packed Powder Snowfall (Base – Summit)
Last 24 Hours: 2 - 3"
Last 72 Hours: 19 - 26"
Last 7 Days: 42 - 57"
Season Total: 253"
Average Base Depths Snowmaking: 36" - 72"
Natural Snow: 20" - 40"
Mt. Mansfield Stake: 100"

NWS Weather for Stowe Mountain Resort

View the Mt. Mansfield forecast from the National Weather Service »7-Day Weather

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Today's forecast calls for mostly cloudy skies with a chance of snow showers in the morning, followed by partly cloudy skies later in the afternoon. Temperatures will continue to be colder than we’ve seen recently, with highs in the teens in the base area and single digits in the higher elevations. Summit level winds are expected to be out of the northwest at 30-50mph this morning and sometimes winds of those speeds can affect our lift operations.


Happy St. Patrick's Day! We have partly to mostly cloudy skies over Vermont’s highest peak as of 6am and it appears the storm of the season has finally moved on after over 80 hours of continuous snowfall. We have received a dusting of new snow overnight, with 2-3” landing in the past 24 hours. That brings our storm total since Tuesday morning to 33” in the base area and 44” on the upper mountain! Gusty winds and massive quantities of snowfall in recent days have also led to huge drifts around the mountain and those winds are also working to refresh the trails in a fresh powder canvas.

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