If you get out on the hill early on Sunday morning, you’ll find a dusting of new snow that fell on Saturday night.
Earlier forecasts showed the chance for a few snow showers on Saturday night, and the storm actually came in a bit stronger than expected.
Sunday morning’s snow showers and clouds should move away by mid-morning, leaving partly sunny skies for the rest of Sunday with temperatures rising into the mid-to-upper 30s. Have fun…Continue
Posted on April 15, 2018 at 8:13am
Friday was a chilly day with 2-3 inches falling during the morning, which created fun powder conditions (total snowfall of about 10 inches when factoring in Thursday night) on the upper half of the mountain!
Then on Friday night, two inches of snow fell at the summit snow stake, and now on Saturday morning, light snow is just tapering off. If you’re heading out on Saturday, you’ll find a morning temperature of 10-20F with soft-ish snow from the previous 36 hours of…Continue
Posted on April 14, 2018 at 8:22am
As of Sunday at 4:00am, the summit snow stake shows that about 8 inches of snow accumulated on Saturday night, and on the upper half of the mountain, we might see an additional 1-3 inches before the snow stops early this morning. While temperatures are finally starting to cool, the freezing level was between the summit and mid-mountain, so like Saturday, expect thick, dense powder on the upper part of the mountain with little to no new snow on the lower half of the mountain.…
Posted on April 8, 2018 at 8:14am
We saw snow on Friday, and this snow continued on Friday night with deeper accumulations than I expected. This is what happens when we have a lot of moisture in the air – it can lead to big snow totals! The summit snow stake showed 6 inches on Friday with 6 inches on Friday night, totaling 12 inches.
The temperature is warm, around 25-30F from mid-mountain to the summit, and just above freezing at the base. So, expect dense, surfy snow from mid-mountain and above, and…Continue
Posted on April 7, 2018 at 8:35am