Well, here we go again.
Thursday will kick off another wild weather ride that will see warm temps, rain, and potential thunderstorms and we will somehow end up in the form of some natural snow and cold – all within a 24-hour span.
Sounds fun, right?
Thursday is starting off on the mild side as we are seeing temperatures in the lower 50s and upper 40s, and the southern locations could see the thermometer hit 60 before the day is said and done.
We will also have some wet weather, but it doesn’t look like it is going to be a complete washout, especially for the North Carolina resorts and Ober Mountain.
Today will be a weather-aware day as we could see some thunderstorms move through as well.
The forecast has caused Winterplace to suspend operations for the day for the safety of guests and staff. They are set to resume operations tomorrow.
For the full conditions update, be sure to hop over to the Snow Reports page.
With all that said, I thought Snowshoe said it best as they mentioned that snow conditions will be sneaky good despite the weather today, but just make sure you’ve got some good, waterproof gear to make the most of it.
The snow and cold part couldn’t come at a better time as we slide into President’s Day weekend. Nearly every resort will be standing by to crank up snowmaking as soon as conditions allow and the natural snow will be icing on the cake.
The weekend is shaping up quite nicely for those heading to the mountains.
If you are heading to a resort this weekend, this is a reminder to purchase tickets and rentals if possible in advance.
Today’s featured image is from Timberline Mountain.
That does it for today, but until next time, #ThinkSnow!
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