Although it is ‘Spring-like' in Eastern Canada with temperatures heading towards the upper teens Celcius. However ski slopes in the region are keen to make clear that they are mostly still operational despite the unseasonal conditions.
It's a very different picture in Alberta and British Columbia where 33 inches (85cms) is reported to have fallen in the last 72 hours at Whistler Blackcomb taking their seasonal total past the 10 metre mark to 33 feet (10.2 m) snowfall so far this season.
"Another incredible powder weekend at Revelstoke Mountain Resort, with 33cm accumulating in 24 hours," says the resort's Sarah Windsor, "Snowfall timing has been spot-on this season at Revelstoke Mountain Resort with consecutive major powder dumps arriving each weekend, just in time for visiting skiers and snowboarders to enjoy!" Revelstoke is close to the 10m seasonal snowfall figure to date too.
Further East with over 120cm (four feet) of dry, light Canadian Rockies powder falling in Banff - Lake Louise in Alberta over the past week the area's three resorts, Mt. Norquay, The Lake Louise Ski Area, and Sunshine Village are experiencing epic conditions.
"There is nothing better than seeing the excitement on people's faces as they pull up to the chairlift anticipating their next run, it is the reason why we are all here," said Dan Markham, Director of Marketing and Sales at Ski Banff Lake Louise Sunshine.