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    Most accurate mountain report?

    So, what is THE MOST accurate mountain report?

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    OK what the most accurate all around weather report. I look for ones that predict mountain conditions, not the town like NOAA does. I found one but it British I think, gives report for base and upper elevations but its not very accurate.
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    I've been using the Weather Underground app lately and it seems good. You can pick ski mountains specifically.

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    Weather.gov is the most accurate weather forecasting I have found. They don't have every ski mtn, but most.

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    When I go to NOAA for Killington I get this as the location they get the weather: Rutland-Southern Vermont Regional Airport (KRUT)

    doesn't help for the mountain.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kingslug View Post
    When I go to NOAA for Killington I get this as the location they get the weather: Rutland-Southern Vermont Regional Airport (KRUT)

    doesn't help for the mountain.
    You can select a specific longitude and latitude which also takes elevation into account for NWS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hawkshot99 View Post
    Weather.gov is the most accurate weather forecasting I have found. They don't have every ski mtn, but most.

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    Agreed.
    They are accurate and don't hype things out of proportion.

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