A Chill Wednesday On Tap

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Wednesday is going to have some chill vibes before Ma Nature takes on a roller coaster ride heading into the weekend.

A few resorts were able to crank up snowmaking operations overnight, while a few just missed out as conditions were marginal.

However, conditions are looking great across the entire region this morning.

For the full details on the conditions, be sure to visit the Snow Reports page.

The northern part of the region may see some underdeveloped snow move in this afternoon, but it won’t last long and shouldn’t be very heavy.

The real excitement as we are going to be on a wild roller coaster ride weather-wise.

A line of rain and storms will move in on Thursday afternoon, and after that moves through we will have some northwest flow snow on the backend for Friday and Saturday.

I am sure Brad will be updating us over the next day or two as amounts start to become more clear.

Either way, it is going to be a great start to the MLK weekend – especially as temperatures will allow for some heavy duty snowmaking over the weekend.

As we prepare for the weekend, we wanted to share some tips for those who might be making their first trip to the mountains this weekend, and we wanted to hear yours.

Be sure comment on the Facebook post above. or shoot me an email as we work on collecting some of the best tips and tricks.

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