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Holiday Mountain Snow Forecast - 48 hour - 25th January 2022

Holiday Mountain 48-Hour Snow Forecast

48-hour Forecast Summary

2-Day Snow and Weather for Holiday Mountain (460m to 690m)

Holiday Mountain has very light new snow forecast in the next 48 hours.

See below for the detailed Weather and Snow outlook.

Holiday Mountain Snow Forecast built at 16:21, next update at 07:00.

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48-hour Forecast Detail

48 Hour Weather and Snow Forecast for Holiday Mountain
TownSnow toWeatherTemp
Town
Wind
Mon00:00Cloud

Cloudy-11℃NW
Light
Mon03:00Cloud

Partly cloudy-13℃NW
Light
Mon06:00Cloud

Cloudy-16℃NW
Light
Mon09:00Clear

Sunny/clear-10℃NW
Light
Mon12:00Clear

Sunny/clear-5℃SW
Light
Mon15:00Cloud

Cloudy-5℃S
Light
Mon18:00Cloud

Partly cloudy-7℃S
Light
Mon21:00Cloud

Cloudy-7℃SE
Light
Tue00:00Cloud

Cloudy-6℃SE
Light
Tue03:00Light Snow

Light snow-7℃SW
Light
Tue06:00Freeze Fog

Fair at altitude.
Freeze fog below.

-9℃W
Light
Tue09:00Cloud

Partly cloudy-2℃W
Breeze
Tue12:00Cloud

Cloudy-2℃NW
Breeze
Tue15:00Cloud

Partly cloudy-5℃NW
Breeze
Tue18:00Clear

Sunny/clear-10℃NW
Breeze
Tue21:00Clear

Sunny/clear-13℃NW
Breeze

Snow Forecast near Holiday Mountain

Snow Forecasts for Ski Resorts near Holiday Mountain
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Holiday Mountain Snow

For current snow depths and skiing conditions, see our Current Snow Report for Holiday Mountain.

This Snow Forecast for Holiday Mountain, United States gives the predicted Snowfall and Freezing Levels for the next week.

The forecast snowfall depths given are the likely average accumulations for the Lower and Upper slopes. The actual snow depth in Holiday Mountain, on any given piste or itinerary, may be dramatically different, particularly if the snowfall is accompanied by high winds and/or varying air temperatures.

Snow Forecasts beyond two days ahead are subject to significant change and variable reliability.