It’s looking rather nice and snowy in much of North America this week in both Canada and the US.
There’s been 20-40cm of fresh snow on the Eastern side of the continent from Quebec South. So resorts are revelling in the powder. This was Mont Sutton in southern Quebec on Monday.
En direct de la Trois-Ruisseaux ce matin, on vous confirme que la neige est toujours présente avec un 40 cm accumulés depuis hier ! Le temps idéal pour skier cette semaine ou pour une petite skinusite 😉
Posted by Mont Orford on Monday, 5 February 2018
In Vermont Killington reported 28cm in 24 hours, Jap Peak 35cm. Stowe pictured top.
There are also some fresh flakes falling in Colorado, here’s Keystone. Steamboat was finally able to open 100% of its terrain at the weekend for the first time this season.
Not everyone is a fan of Mondays…but this one looks pretty great from where we're standing!
Posted by Keystone Resort on Monday, 5 February 2018
But over the past seven days ski areas in the northwest of the continent – Washington State, BC and Alberta have continued to post the biggest accumulations and the deepest bases in North America with up to 60cm in the last 72 hours and bases at up to 4 metres.