Weather

Current Temperature
-14°/-7 °C
Top Station / Hirafu Station
Weather Condition
Snow
Top Station
Temperature
-14°/-7min/max °C
Wind Speed
65.00KM/H
Wind Dir
W 
Snow 24H
30CM
Snow To Date
769CM
Visibility
Variable 
Hirafu Village
Temperature
-14°/-7°min/max °C
Wind Speed
40.00 KM/H
Wind Dir
W 
Snow 24H
25 cm
Snow To Date
643 cm
Visibility
Variable 
Forecast
Fri
-16°/-15°
Sat
-13°/-12°
Sun
-12°/-12°
Mon
-17°/-16°
Tue
-13°/-12°
Forecast issued on 8am Thu 17, Jan 2019 by Snow-Forecast.com | Niseko Hirafu Resort

 

Thursday 17 January 2019

7am 24hr Period..26-30cm ++ New..Base to Top - Minus 14c at Top with 7c Below in Village. Snowing

By Rod at 730am JST

Boom ...Thats a good looking snow station this morning with 26-27cm new by 7am resting against the Hirafu Village measure stick image below. A lot more deep dry goodness as you progress up the mountain and most of this falling last night. Today will be special. Current temps of neg 14c at top and 7c below here in the village. West Jetstream of up to 65k at top with 25-40k at base. Its cold so layer up - chill factor at top of 40 ..yes 40degs below zero. Mitts, Mask and keep your eye on your kids and buddies today. 

If you're here already or have that Jet booked for Niseko way over the next few days to a week, you've nailed some very good timing and in for a treat as the next week to 10 days is looking very good folks. Currently dumping with an intense blizzard powering through most of Hokkaido. Wind velocity is up today at higher levels yet deep snow to base will hold excellent turns to sea level today. Enjoy...

Keep your eye on the red buttons below via our Niseko App on your mobile for the hill updates. Have a Great day of Turns – Keep a Cool Head - Ski Wise and Stay Focused...12.5hrs of turn-time on offer-8am to 830 pm last lifts via Nighto turns.

We’ll be with you for daily reports till Early April 2019 so keep tuning in around 7.30am Niseko time for The Most Accurate, and Informative Snowfall, Weather and Mountain Report in our region.

Always keep out of roped and closed areas and adhere to the Niseko Rules. Read the avalanche report - Don't break boundaries or go into strictly forbidden terrain. This information will help keep you safer up there - Red button below along with our quick links to lifts status and The Niseko Rules.

Equip yourself adequately with the tools and safety gear if heading out the gates or touring plans. Strong caution advised whenever stepping outside legal gate access or skinning / touring back country. Be smart - Living is good.

By: Rod at 07:45

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