Myoko Snow Report 21 March 2017

Akakura Onsen thanks to their Facebook

Myoko Snow Report 21 March 2017

 

Current Conditions:

Miserable conditions this morning, but the good news is that it will not continue into the afternoon.

24 Hour Recap:

Some light dusting yesterday morning with some moderate winds overnight that have started this large snowfall forecast. With a small amount of rain overnight and morning right before it turns to snow.

Seki Onsen

A little fly over Seki Onsen village and ski resort. Seki Onsen regularly posts snow depths of over 5 meters. This allows it to stay open until early May. If you want to do some spring skiing this is a good place to head to.

Posted by MyokoTech on Monday, March 20, 2017

                                       Seki Onsen thanks to MyokoTech

Weather Outlook:

The rain will stop any moment! and we are expecting an amazing amount of snow tonight, which might be one of the last big snowfalls for the season. But nevertheless the season is looking to last for quite some time yet.

Mid-mountain forecast for the next few days:

Current snow and weather conditions in Myoko now:

  • 24 Hr Snow Fall: 0cm
  • Current Snow Depth at Akakura Onsen base: 350cm
  • Current Snow Conditions: Wet
  • Current temperature at base: 2℃ @ 9am
  • Current Weather: Miserable
  • Current Visibility: Overcast

Don’t forget to keep up with the snow progress via our Myoko webcams.

Current Snow Depth at Base:

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Myoko Snow Report 21 March 2017