Conditions Report: Tuesday, March 14th 2017, 5:57 am

Good morning shredders! Here is your daily dose of Mt. Bachelor conditions:

We saw it all today – a little sun, a lot of clouds, a blip of snow, dense fog, light misting, and then some actual rain. Spring temps softened the slopes to a perfect degree by the afternoon, making conditions underfoot fun but still just fast enough. For Tuesday, forecast calls for this warm front to stick around, intermittently spitting out some light rain throughout the day. Snow levels are projected to stay above the summit, slowly dropping to snow-producing elevations by late Wednesday. Gusty winds at mid-mountain and limited visibility are more than likely to accompany tomorrow’s drizzle. Be sure to check back in to morning to see if weather affects operations! The true Pacific Northwesters who are unfazed by a little moisture and dig all that “springtime in the mountains” brings will be rewarded with crowdless trails and the whole mountain to themselves.

Snowfall Data West Village

snowfall_since_3_pm 0
snowfall_last_24_hours 0
snowfall_last_3_days 0
snowfall_last_7_days 9
snowfall_season 467

Snowfall Data Mid Mountain

snowfall_since_3_pm 0
snowfall_last_24_hours 0
snowfall_last_3_days 0
snowfall_last_7_days 9
snowfall_season 479

Weather Sensor Data

time Mar 14, 2017 06:00 AM
wv-base 118.2
wv-temp 34.12
sunrise-temp 39.25
pine-temp 36.56
northwest-temp 35.21
summit-temp 32.13
wv-rh 100
pine-rh 99
summit-rh 100
sunrise-wind-avg 30
sunrise-wind-max 46
sunrise-wind-dir 245
pine-wind-avg 33
pine-wind-max 42
pine-wind-dir 261
northwest-wind-avg 58
northwest-wind-max 68
northwest-wind-dir 245
summit-wind-avg 29
summit-wind-max 48
summit-wind-dir 0

Weather data, conditions quote, and webcam images are from lovely folks at mtbachelor.com