Friday Rain; Weekend Cold and Snows!

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You’ll notice by the Slope Conditions updates that we’ve updated the conditions across the region as of 3am this morning! Expect a bit of rain for Friday and that will make for wet granular conditions pretty much no matter where you are heading for Friday and Friday night.  Myself and 120+ friends are heading for the 1st Annual Summit and looking forward to a great time of skiing and riding with many friends, family and I hope to meet a lot of new friends as well!

If YOU are headed to Snowshoe, drive safely and we’ll look forward to seeing you there! Actually NO MATTER where YOU are headed for your ski trip, please drive safely and make your trip a wonderful one!

The weather is transitioning from rain to Snow this weekend so it should be a wonderful Saturday and Sunday with 1-4" of snow expected across a lot of the region for Saturday.

Hawksnest has decided to remain closed for Friday and will reopen now on Saturday. No word yet about Wolf Ridge.

Rapidly changing weather will be the theme into the upcoming weekend. Clouds will increase and rain is likely Friday. A .5" to 1" rain event is likely. The daytime hours will be cool Friday and temperatures will gradually rise Friday night. A front will come through early Saturday that will change those mild temperatures to colder snowmaking weather.

A snow shower event will develop Saturday from mid/late morning through the evening hours with light accumulations, more west and at higher elevations (1"-4" possible).

As most of you are reading this we’ll be on our way and will update this report as needed this evening.

Have a wonderful day!

If you’re making a last second decision to head up to join us at the 1st Annual Summit, feel free to join us Saturday morning at Snowshoe Mountain in West Virginia for some early skiing.

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