Rolling Into The Weekend With Some Cold And Some Snow

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It is a mixed-bag start to our Friday.

Light snow is falling in the northern part of the region, while the North Carolina resorts are dealing with a little bit of underdeveloped snow for the morning hours.

By the time, the weekend comes to a close, we could see all of the open resorts see a light accumulation, while Wisp and Snowshoe may be the big winners.

Wisp is looking in that 3-6″ range, while Snowshoe could receive 2-4″ by the time it tapers off Friday night.

Not a bad start to the weekend.

A few other resorts – like Canaan Valley – could see 1-3″, while the North Carolina resorts could see a light accumulation.

Perhaps the bigger story, however, is the colder air that is moving in and allowing our mountain operation crews to work their magic.

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

There are six resorts with lifts turning today as App Ski, Beech, Snowshoe, Sugar, Timberline and Wisp are all open for play.

Bryce Resort is also operating this weekend with just the carpet lifts on the two beginner slopes.

Massanutten announced late Thursday that they are not going to be able to resume operations today as hoped, but they are hoping they will be able to make snow and crank up operations next Friday.

It is going to be an exciting weekend as the season isn’t done yet.

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