The Groundhog Is On Our Side This Year: Phil Says Six More Weeks Of Winter!

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The groundhog is on our side this year.

Punxsutawney Phil saw his shadow this morning signaling his prediction for six more weeks of winter.

Around here, we love more winter.

For those wondering, SkiSoutheast Si has also predicted six more weeks of winters – which seemingly is always his prediction.

Want to know a little more about SkiSoutheast Si? Check out this below video.

While we are caught up in the Groundhog Day excitement, we are going to have to deal with a couple of days of springish conditions before winter returns.

As Brad mentioned in his Skier’s Forecast on Tuesday, we will have undeveloped snow move through tonight, late tomorrow, as well as into Friday, but winter and cooler temps will return for the weekend.

With as much snow as the resorts have and as quick as the mountain operation crews can refresh the slopes, conditions should be pretty awesome this weekend.

For the latest conditions, be sure to visit the Snow Report to see all the numbers from our resorts.

The conditions continue to remain incredible on the slopes.
It has been great to hear from some of you as you hit the slopes around the region.

Kelly Kraft (messageboard user KellyK) visited Winterplace for the first time on Monday and sent over the fantastic pictures below (as well as our featured image of the day).

Bill Nabers also checked in and said that the slopes at Bryce were the best they had been in years.

That is just a testament to what an awesome January we have had.

To end today, here are a couple of really cool shares from social media.

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

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