4.2″ of Snow Fell on Friday in the Mountains of the Southeast. See where…

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Natural snow is “white gold” to mountain ski resorts, and 4.2″ of beautiful snow fell at Canaan Valley Resort and Timberline Resort in West Virginia on Friday! As the screen capture from ResortCams.com from this morning shows, a surprise burst of natural snowfall fell at the highest elevations of the West Virginia mountains.

According to the “Davis 3SE” National Weather Service reporting station, located 3 miles southeast of the town of Davis, W.V. (hence the name), 4.2″ of snow fell on Friday, after a TRACE of snow was reported the morning before. Temperatures hovered at around 32° to 35° for much of the day on Friday and with the moisture in place, that created SNOW!

Snowshoe Mountain also got in on the snow accumulation with about 2″ being reported atop the 4848′ elevations, although the official NWS station at 4765′ reported an official 1″ snowfall total. That puts Snowshoe up to 5-6″ of snow on the “pre-season” and Canaan Valley and TImberline Mountain are at 7.4″.

By the way, if you are planning a trip to your favorite ski hill within with southeast, check out the new section at: https://www.skisoutheast.com/weather/ SkiSoutheast.com Weather Center

Once you click on ANY ski mountain, you’ll get the full forecast. I know things are warm-ish right now, but we are seeing some signs of cold and more snow chances as we get closer to Thanksgiving.


If you’d like to meet fellow skiers and snowboarders and communicate about your favorite ski mountain, check out the new SkiSoutheast.com Discord Channel! It easy to JOIN US and it is FREE.

Here’s a screen capture of the communications ongoing all day and night long. Come join, hang out and even arrange to meet people on the slopes! Click on the link above or the screen below.



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