Ma Nature Throwing A Mixed Bag At Us For Thursday

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We have a bit of everything this morning.

Ma Nature is throwing a lot at us this morning from some light snow at Wisp and the Davis resorts, freezing rain and sleet at some of the Virginia resorts, and just plain ole boring rain at the North Carolina resorts.

The temperature spread is also quite wild as we have some resorts in the upper 20s to low 30s, while we have others that are in the 50s.

The mixed bag will last most of the day before a bit of a break before another round late night and into tomorrow.

After things clear out, temperatures will drop and we can restart winter as snowmaking opportunities and even some light natural snow.

The weekend is looking pretty sweet as the slopes will be refreshed. (#ThankASnowmaker!)

Conditions are wet this morning, but there is still plenty of snow to play on despite the rain.

For the full conditions, be sure to hop over to the Snow Reports page.

A few notable items for the day:

  • Omni Homestead delayed their weekly reopening until Friday due to the forecast. Wolf Ridge has also suspended operations for the day and hopes to reopen tomorrow.
  • A few resorts have closed some trails over the past 24 hours, but we aren’t talking anything extremely drastic.
  • With cold air returning, we are expecting another busy weekend on the slopes. If you are able, be sure to purchase lift tickets/rentals in advance. We are already seeing a few resorts discuss limited availability for Saturday.

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

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