President’s Day will be a little less windy and still quite cold!

Happy holiday to everyone and especially those lucky folks who have the day off and can take advantage of the perfect slope conditions.

Sunday’s snow blanketed the Southeast with a pretty good layer of fresh powder. And while the snow was beautiful, the winds were hard to handle at many of the resorts. There were some pretty awesome snowdrifts too. But never fear, Monday should be a little less windy and still pretty chilly. Highs are expected to be in the 30s with plenty of sunshine to go around.

Here are some of the snow totals and highlights from around the southeast:

Wisp Resort received 4" of new snow overnight. Upcoming events include Mardi Gras on the Mountain, Feb. 24th and the Governor’s Cup Race on February 24th & 25th.

Winterplace – 5" new snow – OPEN to the top of the mountain with ALL Trails and the Terrain Park!!! The conditions are absolutely AWESOME!

Wintergreen had a great snowmaking night last night thanks to cold temps and computerized snowmaking ability. The combination made for some great conditions for President’s Day!

Snowshoe Resort accumulated another 8" of snow yesterday, increasing the storm total for the weekend to over a foot of fresh snowfall! The groomers were out late last night, but saved a lot of terrain for great powder runs, so get out early today!

It’s been a great President’s Day Weekend at Wolf Ridge, with some fresh snow and great conditions. The weather looks good for another great day of skiing today. Come Ski The Wolf! Also – make plans now to sign up for our 2nd Slope-Style Competition – Saturday, February 24th.

Mother Nature smiled on us giving us cold and snow for the holiday weekend, so don’t waste it. Get out there and have fun!!

Until Next Time…

THINK COLD AND SNOW!!!

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