A Soggy Thursday For Today; Weekend Looking Pretty Fantastic

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I guess we were due for a soggy day.

After an incredible January and a bluebird start to February, we finally ran into a yucky day.

However, the yuck isn’t going to last for long and winter is on the other side.

Thursday is going to be on the milder side with rain off and on throughout the day and into the night.

Rain will taper off on Friday, and cold air will rush in behind it to set the stage for a pretty fantastic weekend after a quick refresh.

Typically, we would be concerned with what the rain would do to the base depths and snow conditions, but we have a ton of snow to play on at every resort, and the rain will be somewhat short-lived.

A quick Friday night refresh should give us some pretty fantastic conditions for the weekend.

It is going to be a tad damp, but you can have a lot of fun on the slopes in just about any weather.

For the full details on slope conditions, open trails, etc., be sure to check out the Snow Reports page.

A couple of notes from around the area.

  • Snowshoe Mountain has joined the 100% open club with all 61 trails now open at the ‘Shoe. That gives us eight resorts now open at 100%.
  • Omni Homestead will resume operations today as part of their weekend schedule. Omni Homestead got a bit of a late start, but they have made the best of it as they are at 100% with tubing and mini snowmobiles open as well.
  • We have heard that a couple of resorts are nearing capacity for this upcoming weekend. If you are looking to hit the snow, be sure to see if you need to purchase in advance.
  • The key for today – being sure you stay dry. Be sure to grab the proper gear as you head out the door.

That does sit for today, but until tomorrow, #ThinkSnow!

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