Couple of Calm Days Before The Weekend Excitement

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A couple of calm days are on deck before the fun begins this weekend.

After a soggy and gray Wednesday, we will see some glimpses of sunshine break through the clouds today and tomorrow.

However, all eyes are on the weekend.

Brad posted his latest skier’s forecast last night, and if you are planning a trip for this weekend things are looking pretty fantastic.

That is some sweet news for the weekend.

This season has been a testament to how fast conditions can go from pretty solid to incredible (#ThankASnowmaker), and I fully expect we will see more this weekend.

Winter will return will a vengeance on the temperature as well as we will see the highs early in the morning on Saturday and drop throughout the day.

Some of those forecasted wind chills – brrr.

If you are planning on riding this weekend, be sure to be prepared for the cold temperatures.

Today will feature some solid spring skiing as the temperatures are hovering near the freezing mark in most locations to let the groomers do their thing.

The main takeaway from the forecast is that today and tomorrow will be dry

For the latest conditions, be sure to visit the Snow Reports page.

Here are a couple of quick notable items as the weekend gets closer.

  • Winterplace is scheduled to resume operations on Saturday and Sunday.
  • There are all kinds of special events this week from Bryce’s Winterfest, Beech Mountain’s Run for the Buns to Timberline’s Pool Party. Be sure to check with your favorite resort and also back here tomorrow as we take a look at some of the special events going on.
  • Speaking of special events, several resorts also have season passes for next season discounted right now – definitely worth looking at if you are looking to join the season pass ranks.

Before I call it a day, here are a couple of cool social posts for Thursday.

 

That does it for today, but until next time, #ThinkSnow!


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