The Wet And Warm Pattern Continues For Wednesday

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It is going to be a wet Wednesday across the region.

The warm and wet pattern for the week continues today, and we have a couple more days before the trend breaks just in time for the weekend.

Today won’t be a total washout, and as Wisp said in its Mountain Report this morning – there’s no such thing as bad weather when you have the proper gear.

For the full slope report for the seven open resorts, be sure to visit the Snow Reports page.

It is pretty much status quo from the last couple of days with a few tweaks here and there on base depths and temperatures.

As I was looking around, it was kind of wild to see the temperatures in the 50’s this morning at some spots with most places 10 degrees warmer than this time yesterday with Wisp coming in 20 degrees warmer.

Not an ideal pattern.

However, the base depths are holding on extremely well despite the mildness and rainy yuck we have had the past couple of days.

Conditions are going to be spring-like over the next couple of days, but a lot of fun can still be found on the slopes.

For those looking ahead, the week is looking pretty solid, and we could see some windows for the snowmakers to work their magic and refresh the slopes.

Today’s featured image is from App Ski Mountain. Ric Wilkinson always delivers some awesome shots. 

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The resorts do a fantastic job sharing stuff from the slopes and here are a cool things from the past couple of days.


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

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