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New York Snow Forecasts- 1st December 2022

New York Snow Reports

Where is there snow in New York?

When will it snow in New York?

The next notable snow forecast (for White Pass) is 1in, expected on 2 December, with around 3in forecast over the next 7 days.

How much snow is there in New York?

The deepest snow in New York is in Belleayre Mountain which is reporting snow depths of 18in on the upper slopes and 8in lower down.

When did it last snow in New York?

We're sorry but we don't have a recent Snow Report from New York.

Top 10 New York Ski Areas by Snow Depth

Ski Resorts in New York, by Snow Depth
Ski Resort Report Valley Up High
Belleayre Mountain8in18in
Okemo10in10in
Brantling
Butternut Basin
Chester Ski Bowl
Cockaigne Ski Resort
Gore Mountain
Greek Peak
HoliMont
Holiday Mountain

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Snow Forecasts for the Ski Areas of New York

Snow Forecasts and condition reports for Ski Areas in New York
Ski Resort Forecast 48 HrThuFriSatSunMonTueWed 7 DayReport Up High
Belleayre Mountain-4in Snow Report18in
Brantling-1in Snow Report
Butternut Basin-7in Snow Report
Chester Ski Bowl-5in Snow Report
Cockaigne Ski Resort-2in Snow Report
Gore Mountain-7in Snow Report
Greek Peak-3in Snow Report
HoliMont-5in Snow Report
Holiday Mountain-2in Snow Report
Holiday Valley-5in Snow Report
Hunter Mountain-4in Snow Report
Kissing Bridge-5in Snow Report
Lookout Pass--Snow Report
Lost Valley-3in Snow Report
Okemo-7in Snow Report10in
Otis Ridge-2in Snow Report
Plattekill-1in Snow Report
Song Mountain-2in Snow Report
Split Rock-- Snow Report
The Balsams-5in Snow Report
White Pass1in 3in Snow Report
Whiteface Mountain-14in Snow Report
Windham Mountain-4in Snow Report

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Off-Piste Safety in New York

Before skiing or snowboarding off-piste in New York, you must assess the local snow conditions. Always check the local Avalanche Risk Level and ski with appropriate safety equipment.