Mt Hood Snowpack 148% of Average-almost breaking records!!
Posted by Mt Hood Vacation Rentals | Friday, March 28, 2008

The snowpack on Mt Hood at 5370 feet is at 216 feet, 148% of normal for this time of year and just 48 inches from the record high snow level according to John Lea, state meteorologist. The good news is that the ski and snowboard season is far from over. And next week is forecast to offer up classic spring conditions, sunny and dry, staying cold enough at night to firm up the snow, warming up just enough during the day to soften the snow into perfect corn conditions.


The even better news is that you can stay in a Mt Hood Vacation Rental in April at drastically reduced rates plus your 3rd night is 1/2 price and your 4th night is free. Lift ticket prices go down, too. You can buy a Spring Pass for Mt Hood Meadows for $119 and for Timberline for $99. Mt Hood SkiBowl's Spring Pass is only $88.

If you are a weather nut and want to see what the snow depth's are around the state, visit the Natural Resources Conservation Center's Oregon Snotel Sites Map
For current weather and snow depths on Mt Hood, check out these links:

Mt Hood Weather Reports

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