We have one more day before some late-season magic arrives.
The workweek is going to end with some sunshine, milder temps, and some soft and playful snow before winter makes a return for the weekend.
It is looking pretty fantastic.
Brad shared his skier’s forecast on Wednesday night (you can view it here if you missed it) and everything looks to be coming together as he expected.
The main takeaway is we will see some decent snow accumulations across the region, and the cold will return with a vengeance.
It is looking pretty sweet.
Before we get back to winter, we have one more day of spring skiing, and there is still plenty of snow to play on.
For the latest conditions, be sure to visit the Snow Reports page. Here are a couple of quick notable items from around the note as we slide into the weekend.
- Bryce Resort announced that Sunday (March 13) will be the final day of the season for the resort. Bryce has had an incredible season, and Winterfest on Saturday will be a great way to end the year.
- Canaan Valley shared in their morning report that the final weekend of their season is here. I haven’t seen (or I may have just missed it completely) an official announcement of their closing date, but we will update when we receive that.
- Snowshoe’s Grabhammer lift is opening on a delay this morning as ski patrol is doing annual certification this morning.
- The 2022 Banked Slalom at Beech Mountain has been moved to Sunday, March 13. Registration is just $15 and will benefit the Colon Cancer Coalition.
- Winterplace is set to resume operations on Saturday as they will operate from 9a-4p on both Saturday and Sunday.
- Today’s featured image is from Canaan Valley.
It is shaping up to be an awesome weekend for sure.
That does it for today, but until next time, #ThinkSnow!
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