Snow Totals : Where is it Snowing Right Now?

It's beginning to look a lot like winter as many resorts across the western United States are reporting snowfall. A solid cold front is currently moving through Tahoe, Jackson and Whistler and snow is stacking up at the resorts, blanketing the bare mountains with their first big snowfalls of the season. While only a handful of resorts are currently open, most all resorts will start spinning their lifts in the next few weeks. See where it's powing right now and get your kit dialed; winter is here!

NOAA Precipitation Forecast: November 2nd, 2015

Winter Weather Forecast

Snow Forecasts

Mammoth Mountain 

Mammoth Winter Weather

Photo: Mammoth Web Cam

Mammoth Mountain reported seven inches of fresh as of Monday. Reports are calling for another four to eight inches this evening. Opening Day: November 5. (Opening Moved up a week due to fresh snow.)

Jackson Hole


It’s dumping at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort. Over 20 inches have already fallen in the Rendezvous Bowl and more is forecasted throughout the next few days with the heaviest snowfall happening on Tuesday. Opening Day: November 26th

Kirkwood Mountain Resort


Photo: Coop Cooper

Kirkwood Mountain Resort is claiming 11 inches of accumulation at their 7,800 foot base. Opening Day: November 21th

Squaw Valley / Alpine Meadows


Photo: Squaw Valley Web Cam

Squaw Valley in Tahoe is also reporting snow, and reports are calling for one to two feet in the next few days. Opening Day: November 25

Heavenly Mountain 


Photo: Heavenly

Heavenly is reporting six inches of fresh snow and counting. Opening Day: November 20th

Northstar Resort


Photo: Northstar Facebook

Northstar is reporting four inches with snow likely to continue throughout the week. Opening Day: November 20th



Photo: Mitch Winton

Over a foot of fresh fell at Whistler’s Pig Ally weather station and close to 19 inches was recorded on the top of the mountain. Opening Day: November 26th

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