A Great Start to the Week with More Snow on the Way

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Today’s featured photo is from App Ski Mountain on Sunday. Things are looking great to start the workweek.

It is going to be a great start to the week.

Things are looking peaceful across the region this morning (including some flurries falling in the northern part of our coverage area), and it sets the stage for a beautiful Monday.

Sunday was a great end to the weekend. Check out these shots that Justin Harris of Canaan Valley shared of his Sunday Funday adventures with Chris Davisson of The Davisson Brothers Band.

Snowshoe also shared some great photos from the first weekend of the decade.

The best part? There is more snow on the way later tonight and tomorrow.

A quick-hitting blast of snow will hit late Monday night through Tuesday bringing 1-3 inches of snow in the southern part of the region with 2-4 inches in the northern terrain. Locally higher amounts are possible.

The next 48 hours or so also brings a really nice snowmaking window as we approach the middle of January.

After this weekend’s snow and snowmaking, the slopes are looking great to kick off the week. It is incredible how quickly things improved over the weekend.

For the latest conditions across the region, visit the Snow Reports page. Things are almost status quo this morning for the most part as there were only minor changes to the reports page – mostly updating temperature and adding to the bases.

One quick note – Ober Gatlinburg and Ski Sapphire have suspended ski and snowboarding operations, but both hope to reopen later this week. The Omni Homestead has also started their regular season hours as they will be closed Monday-Wednesday and reopen on Thursday this week.

That will do it for today but be sure to follow us over on social media as we wait for the snow.

Until next time, #ThinkSnow!

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