Ski Resort Outlook Winter 2010


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Ski Resorts still hot after Olympics?

If the 2010 Winter Olympics Vancouver has you in the mood to test out your skills or you are making plans to hit the slopes this winter and head to a great ski resort destination, knowing the forecast for the area that you are traveling to is not only essential, but helps you decide which ski resorts have the deepest snow levels at the time which you may be traveling.

Of course, while the weather is one of the most unpredictable things of all, and you can never accurately predict at which ski resorts the most snow will fall, checking the ski forecast ahead of time can still give you a pretty good idea of what to expect.

Top US winter ski resort destinations

Based on new snow reports within the last 72 hours, these are the top US winter ski resort destinations for this year. With close to eight inches of fresh snow on the ground, a moderate temperature in the low thirties, and no new snow expected to fall any time soon, Ski Anthony Lakes Resort in Oregon is one of the hottest ski resorts this season. On the east coast, Blue Knob, Pennsylvania is another hot location with current temperatures in the low twenties, a ski index of nine, and no major snowfall expected. Other hot destinations for this season are Winterplace in West Virginia, Brantling Ski Slopes in New York, and Alpine valley Ski Area in Michigan.

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