March may be technically spring but the snow is certainly still coming thick and fast. Niseko United has reported that on top of Niseko's 15 straight powder days in mid-February, the Japan Meteorological Association is forecasting above average snowfall for March.
That means even more ski holiday fun is yours to enjoy!
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”. With this higher than average forecast, it looks set to be not your average kind of spring!
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.