On Thursday 14th December, conditions were bitterly cold in Quebec, where Mont Saint Anne (67/79cm) saw snowfall over the previous three days leading into Thursday, most heavily on Wednesday where 31cm fell. Tremblant
(60cm) was even colder, hitting a bitterly -20C, though it received a small share of recent snow with no current cloud cover to retain heat.
The riding conditions in British Columbia remain very good leading into Christmas. There hasn’t been a lot of fresh snow to report, bar a couple of centimetres for the likes of Big White
(105cm) and Kicking Horse
(112cm). The forecast look promising heading into the weekend, with moderate snow expected across the region.
, Alberta was offering some nice turns on Thursday across its three resorts, where it was a partly cloudy day with the chance of some fresh snow. Nearby at Jasper
(80cm), 7/7 lifts were running and the best skiing could be found on the upper slopes of the mountain.