Last week, On The Snow released their annual long-range weather forecast for 2017-18, and so far things are looking good for the upcoming ski season! Driven by ENSO (El Niño-Southern Oscillation) Neutral conditions, On The Snow meteorologist Chris Tomer predicts that the neutral conditions will shift toward “La Niña Lite” between mid-December and March 2018.
So what does this all mean for our major ski areas around the U.S.? Here are the snowfall predictions based on region:
Keep in mind, these stats are just early-season, broad predictions, but are helpful when it comes to planning your early-season or Holiday ski trips. The Intermountain West especially is trending to have a wet year, so plan your ski vacation now by calling our Mountain Travel Experts at 800-299-0656 or browsing through our resort finder tool.
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