Plan your next powder day, weekend trip, or destination ski vacation with OpenSnow. Conveniently displayed on your iOS device, OpenSnow gives you access to the best snow forecasts, snow reports, and live cams for over 2,000 mountain locations across the United States, Canada, Japan, and Europe. Access Hourly Forecasts for 3 days across all United States mountains, Daily Forecasts for 10 days, Favorite & Timelapse Cams, Custom Forecast & Report Alerts, and Compare Snowfall across Season Passes & Regions. "If you’re a skier or boarder and don’t use OpenSnow, fix that immediately." -Outside — All-Access, In-App Purchase — Payment for All-Access entitles you to All-Access usage and its features. All-Access is an auto-renewable subscription, which will renew yearly at $19.99. Payment will be charged to the user's iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase. The subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period. The account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period and identify the cost of the renewal. Subscriptions may be managed by the user and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to the user's Account Settings after purchase. Full terms and conditions can be found here: https://cloudnineweather.com/terms and https://cloudnineweather.com/privacy Sales through Apple iTunes will be governed by Apple’s refund policy. We value all of our customers and encourage you to provide feedback on your experience. Please get in touch with us by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
I’ve been following BA for the Tahoe forecast for years and when they first came out with Open Snow I jumped on board. BA and the team are great at what they do and give you no BS when it comes to the forecasting. If you want accurate forecast download and pay for the premium to get 10 day’s out.
Totally weak that with a not so inexpensive subscription that the 2019/20 season is starting off and is still without a regional forecaster for the northeast. Real bummer.
Such better information than the NWS - incredibly helpful
Most accurate app for planning storm skiing. Well integrated mountain cams and features to track snow at mountains on your pass.
This resource (and the website) is a must-have. All-access is very much worth it alone, but you get OpenSummit subscription with it. I read the snow and weather forecast every day Joel and the others prep. Going to an unfamiliar area, like Colorado->Tahoe? Pull up OpenSnow and realize why their can have rain at the lake and snow on the summits. Also, their accountability for forecast accuracy stands out. They discuss their prediction vs. reality (retroactively) and it's very informative for understanding mountain weather generally. They will explain when and why their forecasts were wrong -- show me another major weather forecasting website/service that does that! I backcountry ski often, and hike/climb high peaks often in the summer, and OpenSummit's peak-specific forecasts are a crucial tool in assessing mountain weather (along with other resources to confirm, of course). Cross-reference resources.
Any weather app can give a mediocre forecast for a mountain town, but only OpenSnow provides a good idea of actual mountain ski conditions. As a powder hunter that hits the slopes >30 days per season, OpenSnow is my go-to source for planning where I ski.
As an East Coast skier with the Epic Pass , Open Snow is great for both vacation planning and a few storm chasing trips too! The news links are essential- can’t get through a season without checking out Hallie O’Briens updates and humor. See you on the slopes
The best $20 I spend each ski season.
Snowstradamus made an app that shows you where to ski all over the world.
I check this app nearly daily during the ski season. I enjoy the ease of access to resort webcams and also the very detailed discussion on upcoming storms for my region and the information regarding large scale weather modeling in general, very informative. Well with the subscription.