Good morning shredders! Here is your daily dose of Mt. Bachelor conditions:
Today was a hard one to beat on the mountain…ideal conditions kept mid-week stoke levels high. For tomorrow, we’ll see blue skies and sunshine get replaced by clouds, as well as intermittent snowfall throughout the day with little accumulation expected. With this being a weaker storm system, temps and winds should remain on the mild side. Forecast calls for sunshine to work its way back just in time for the weekend! Thanks to this fairly stable and windless weather pattern we’ve dipped into, this past weekend’s snowfall has been well preserved and we are still experiencing light, dry conditions underfoot. The carving fiends will find the groomed runs ripping and the true powderhounds will surely be able to sniff out those remaining powder stashes. We plan to have the same full roster of lifts up and running for tomorrow, from Cloudchaser over to Northwest and up to Summit, as long as weather cooperates.
While roads are beginning to clear up in town, we still have winter conditions on the mountain. The roads are snow-covered and 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 out there on the always shred-worthy 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