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Looks & Feels Like Mid-Winter At Big Sky Resort, MT: 237% Of Average Snowfall

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Big Sky on October 30th, 2019
A snowcat moves natural snow near the Lone Peak Tram on October 30, 2019. Credit: Big Sky Resort

Good afternoon from snowy Big Sky Resort!

It looks and feels like mid-winter today, with temps just starting to climb above zero, snow guns blazing, and natural snow covering Lone Peak. With 51” of total snowfall this month, Big Sky has received 237% of average snowfall, making this the third snowiest October in the past 20 years. Big Sky saw wind chill values as low as -20 this week, allowing for 80 hours of prime snowmaking conditions to build on a solid base.

Big Sky has plans to open in just 29 days on Thanksgiving Day (November 28th).

Keep up the snow dance, it’s working!

Big Sky's Lone Peak.
Lone Peak at Big Sky Resort, MT. Credit: Big Sky Resort

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