Find Snow For Cross-Country Skiing

Use the links to find snow and plan your next cross-country skiing trip.  Keep in mind that the maps and web cams may not give an accurate picture of the amount of snow or its condition. Calling the resort or agency where the trail is located is a good idea to avoid a wasted trip. 

Intellicast.com A a quick national view.

National Snow Analyses Regional maps and two week animations. 

Northern Hemisphere  Polar view and more.

Pennsylvania National Weather Service COOP

U.S. Severe Weather  Weather Alerts

Web Cams:

Crystal Lake, Laurel MountainLaurel Ridge, Penn DOT Cams, White Grass

Here is where the snow typically falls in Pennsylvania. The northwestern corner and Laurel Highlands usually get the most.  A large part of the Allegheny Plateau and Pocono Mountains is next, followed by the Ridge and Valley Region. 

Current Pennsylvania Snow Cover Map

PA Snow Depth Map from NOAA

Pennsylvania COOP Snow Cover Map  (Takes some time for data to fill in each day)

COOP Snow Depth Map