The New York Ski Blog

NY Ski Weather Forecast Center

645 TUE OCT 25 2016

It will remain brisk and chilly through Wednesday with high pressure building in. The high will quickly shift off the east Wednesday night, as a low pressure system approaches from the west. A cold airmass will be in place, and the precipitation is expected to start out as snow Thursday morning, even in valley locations. At this time, a change over to rain is expected across most of the area by late in the day. Rain may change back to snow across higher elevations Thursday night as colder air filters back in.

NWS Forecast Discussions
Albany, NY Binghamton, NY Burlington, VT Buffalo, NY New York, NY Eastern US

NY Ski Areas Custom RadarNortheastern Custom Ski Area Radar

48 Hour Snowfall Forecast48 Hour Snowfall Forecast

Northeast Infrared Satellite LoopNortheastern US Infrared Loop

24 Hour Precipitation Forecast Map 72 Hour Precipitation Forecast
24 Hour Precip Forecast 72 Hour Precip Forecast
6-10 Day Temperature Forecast Outlook 8-14 Day Temperature Forecast Outlook
6-10 Day Temp Forecast 8-14 Day Temp Forecast

If you’re like us — and just the fact that you made it to the bottom of this page proves something — you’re craving ny ski weather forecasts, maps and information all year long.  NYSkiBlog Weather Center has the basics every eastern skier/adventurer needs including National Weather Service forecasts for the major New York mountains: Whiteface, Gore Mountain, Hunter, Belleayre, Plattekill, Windham, Greek Peak and Snow Ridge.

We’ve added the NWS point forecast maps, radar and long-term temperature, snowfall and precipitation maps. We’ve included links to webcams and ski reports from across NY and Vermont. And every morning at 6:45 am we update the NWS Albany weather synopsis.

NYSB Weather Pages
Albany, NY Binghamton, NY Burlington, VT Buffalo, NY New York, NY

We want these pages to be a go-to source for ski weather info. If you’ve got ideas about how to make NYSB Weather more valuable, post your ideas here on the blog, or in the Weather Page Thread in the NY Ski Forum, or email us. Notes: Small maps click to enlarge, some weather content changes seasonally.