Rainy Start To Tuesday But Not A Complete Washout

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After an incredible MLK weekend with natural snow and some beautiful days following, Ma Nature is trying to throw a little rain on our parade.

Tuesday morning is starting out a little soggy as things get cranked up, but today won’t be a total washout as the rain should clear by this afternoon.

Some good rain gear will keep you nice and dry for those early morning turns.

The rain starts a quick stretch of spring-like conditions until cold air returns before the weekend.

Brad stopped by with his latest skiers forecast with a little bad news and a little good news.

There is definitely some good news in that forecast.

This week is going to be a little milder, but there is still plenty of fun to be had as conditions still appear to be really good coming off the natural snow as well as the snowmaking operations (#ThankASnowmaker) from this past weekend.

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

Here are a few quick notes and reminders from around the area.

  • App Ski Mountain has returned to 100% joining Timberline and Bryce as the only three resorts with 100% open terrain.
  • Snowshoe Mountain is set to drop the rope on Stemwinder and Grabhook this morning bringing their open trail count to 53. As a note, Silver Creek is set to open at noon.
  • Winterplace has a strong 23 trails open as they inch closer to being 100% open. As a note, tubing at Winterplace is closed on Tuesdays and Wednesdays.
  • Ski Sapphire Valley and The Omni Homestead Resort have suspended operations as scheduled. Omni Homestead will crank things back up Thursday, while Sapphire Valley will fire things up at noon on Friday.
  • Today’s Picture of the Day is from Sapphire Valley – where the guests were having a great time this weekend on skis, boards and tubes.

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


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