Monday Flurries To Kick Off The Week

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Another roller coaster week is on the way.

After some flurries this morning, we will see things a short mild up before the cold returns in time for the weekend – and some potential natural snow as well.

There was a lot of fun to be had on the slopes this weekend despite Ma Nature throwing a mixed bag of precipitation at us.

We did see a few locations record natural snow as Snowshoe and Wisp were both around the inch mark, and Canaan Valley and Timberline received around a half inch of natural snow.

Everyone else saw some flurries (and a couple of light dustings), but nothing major to write home about as it was mixed with rain which was heavy at times.

Several resorts, however, were able to crank up snowmaking operations overnight for a quick refresh of the slopes.

Those early morning turns are looking pretty fantastic.

For the full report, be sure to visit the Snow Reports page.

This week is going to be a bit of a roller coaster as we may see a snowmaking window over the next couple of nights, but temperatures during the day are going to be on the mild side Wednesday and Thursday.

However, the Martin Luther King, Jr. weekend is looking very interesting with snowmaking and natural snow chances. It is too far out to have a good idea of totals as a lot could change, but we will bring you updates throughout the week.

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It was a busy weekend for the resorts, and the social media teams were busy as always. Here are a few of the best shots and videos from the weekend.

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


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