March Snow Forecast Above Average
The Japan Meteorological Association is forecasting above average snowfall for March.
March is traditionally a less snowy (for Niseko!) and more sunny month than January and February, but all signs are pointing to another great month of snow ahead.
Niseko United has reported that in addition to Niseko's 15 straight powder days in mid-February, the Japan Meteorological Association is forecasting above average snowfall for March.
With over 14 metres of snow already this season, the epic snowfall looks set to continue.
March usually means the start of the end of deep winter with more sunny days, rising temperatures and generally regular snowfalls and often excellent “bluebird powder days”.
Since Niseko United opened on 23 November, it has snowed on about 80 days with only 18 days when no snow was recorded.
Find out more on the Niseko United website.