The mercury is dropping into the -20s and SilverStar Mountain Resort is reminding guests to dress in layers.
Arctic air moving in from the north is causing temperatures to plummet and light flurries are a possibility over the next few days.
The ski hill has seen a total of 64 centimetres of snow fall over the past seven days creating a cumulative snow base of 397 cm, according to its latest snow report.
The summit is boasting 232 cm and the village has around 186 cm.
All lifts and 131/132 Alpine runs are scheduled to be open today.