DECEMBER 8, 2009 – RAIN IS FALLING, NEW WEATHER INFO TO SHARE

Brad Panovich will send his latest video skier’s forecast tonight but until Wednesday AM, here’s the latest weather data shared from numerous weather sources:

For the NC and VIRGINIA Mountains:

Wednesday: Hi 56° Lo 23° (SNOWMAKING) – Mostly Cloudy early, turning sharply colder in the evening with some flurries possible. Gusty winds to 50 mph.

Thursday: Hi 31° Lo 18° (SNOWMAKING) – Around the clock snowmaking ops with 15-25 mph winds and partly cloudy skies.

Friday: Hi 35° Lo 27° (SNOWMAKING) – May see some around the clock snowmaking but at least at night. Light snow possible overnight.

Saturday: Hi 33° Lo 29° (SNOWMAKING) – There should be some snowmaking, with some possible borderline temps affecting those chances. Cloudy with a light wintry mix.

Sunday: Hi 41° Lo 27° (SNOWMAKING) – Mostly clear with overnight snowmaking chances.

WEST VIRGINIA RESORTS:

Wednesday: Hi 41° Lo 13° (SNOWMAKING) – Mostly Cloudy early, turning sharply colder in the evening with some flurries possible. There should be some mixed precip on and off all day. Gusty winds to 45 mph.

Thursday: Hi 21° Lo 3° (SNOWMAKING) – Around the clock snowmaking ops with 15-25 mph winds and scattered snow showers.

Friday: Hi 20° Lo 15° (SNOWMAKING) – Around the clock snowmaking. Light snow possible overnight.

Saturday: Hi 27° Lo 19° (SNOWMAKING) – Mostly cloudy and chances for snow.

Sunday: Hi 31° Lo 20° (SNOWMAKING) – Mostly clear with overnight snowmaking chances.

Look for Brad’s Skier’s Forecast video on Wednesday morning!