National Weather Service data as a body of work is art. No other country compiles and provides this depth of weather information.
The NWS has segmented the entire US into 122 sub-sections that you can drill down into and mine for specific weather information. It’s gold if you’re chasing snow.
We’ve added this national weather page to give skiers a quick look at where the action is, across the continental US. Images and maps are primarily national. With our outbound links, for now, we’ll focus on New York, ALY, the East, Quebec, Colorado, Utah and the Pacific Northwest.
- Our New York page is designed as a starting point for those who want to ski in the state.
- The Albany page will now be more strictly dedicated to NWS ALY. We will (eventually) return to posting the daily weather synopsis at the top of this page.
- Quebec, Ontario, Gaspe, NH/Maine, and Mt Washington pages have also been added.
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|NWS Forecast Discussions|
|Next High Temperature||Next Low Temperature|
|06 Hour Snowfall||12 Hour Snowfall||18 Hour Snowfall||24 Hour Snowfall|
|24 Hour Precip Forecast||72 Hour Precip Forecast|
|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 ski weather forecasts, maps and information. NYSkiBlog Weather Center has the basics every eastern skier/adventurer needs from the National Weather Service, Environment Canada and other sources.
We’ve included point forecast maps, radar and short and medium-term temperature, snowfall and precipitation forecasts. We’ve also included links to webcams and ski reports from across New York, and all of ski country. And every morning at 6:45 am we update the NWS Albany weather synopsis.
|NYSB Eastern Weather Pages|
We want these pages to be a go-to source for ski weather info for NY skiers. If you’ve got ideas about how to make our this page more valuable, post your ideas here on the blog, or in the Weather Page Thread in the NY Ski Forum, or email us. Note: Small maps click to enlarge.