Good morning shredders! Here is your daily dose of Mt. Bachelor conditions:
Good golly…conditions couldn’t have been any better today. Mostly bluebird skies overhead and dry, light powder underfoot made for a great way to chase the early week blues. For Tuesday, we should see much of the same patchy clouds, mild temps, and low winds on the slopes. With beautiful weather on deck, we plan to have 360-degrees of the mountain open again, from Cloudchaser over to Northwest and up to Summit. And thanks to this stable and windless weather pattern we dipped into, this past weekend’s snowfall has been well preserved, so you can look forward to both fast corduroy and plenty of remaining powder stashes tomorrow morning. Forecast calls for intermittent snow showers to return Wednesday and linger for a day or two before clearing up again for the weekend. Keep in mind that tree wells are always a factor, but even more so following a storm. Please educate yourself on tree well safety and ALWAYS ski or ride with a partner in the trees.
Even though we’re out of deep storm mode, we still have winter conditions on the mountain. The roads are considerably icy in spots, making it challenging if you are not driving a properly equipped vehicle. Plan ahead, get an early start, and most importantly, take your time.
Have fun and enjoy Mt. Bachelor!
Snowfall Data West Village
Snowfall Data Mid Mountain
Weather Sensor Data
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Weather data, conditions quote, and webcam images are from lovely folks at mtbachelor.com