It is hard to believe we turned the calendar into the second month of 2022 at midnight – it seems like New Years Day was a week ago.
Hopefully, February will be every bit as good as January, but the bar is set pretty high.
The turnaround in a couple of weeks to begin the month – much less the entire month – is nothing short of incredible.
February is going to start off on a roller coaster ride when it comes to the weather.
Our own Brad Panovich provided his latest skier’s forecast late Tuesday, and while the end of the week has a little bit of a “yuck” feel to it, the long-range is looking pretty solid.
Despite the rain, conditions should remain pretty solid as we have plenty of snow to play on (#ThankASnowmaker) so we can manage a couple of days of undeveloped snow – especially if cold temps and some chances of natural snow follow.
It is going to be a bit of a milder day today, but conditions are still going to be a lot of fun.
For the latest details, check out the Snow Reports page.
For the most part, things were very much status quo on the ski report. Here are a couple of notable items for Tuesday.
- Today snapped an eight-day streak of seeing at least a trace of natural snow for Canaan Valley and Timberline. The Davis area has been a winter wonderland the month of January, and hopefully into the next couple of months.
- Snowshoe continues to add terrain to the mix. The rope will be dropping on Choker on the Basin side, while Mountaineer will open at Silver Creek as a ski trail without features. Choker was groomed this morning, but they will let it bump up moving forward.
- App Ski Mountain, Bryce Resort, Cataloochee, Massanutten Resort, Sugar Mountain, and Timberline Mountain are open at 100% as far as slopes open.
- Today’s featured image is from App Ski Mountain.
That does it for today, but until next time, #ThinkSnow!
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