Conditions Report: Wednesday, February 21st 2018, 6:00 am

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

6 more inches of fresh powder last night! It is still snowing and what a beautiful morning. Really dry, light snow falling and not much wind to report. We are seeing the best conditions of the season so far with 28 inches in the last week! The hard working grooming teams were at it again last night putting down the corduroy and the off piste skiing should be a real treat also. The wind loaded up some areas of the mountain deeper than others so be aware. The forecast is calling for snow to continue falling and the wind to stay mild Wednesday which means another great day of mid-week skiing. It looks like we are back in the Pacific Northwest storm cycle of precipitation for the remainder of the week, so get up here and make some pow-pow turns! 

Keep in mind that when Northwest and Summit are open, there will still be areas that are closed due to hazardous or low-snow conditions, particularly at lower elevations. This includes the West Bowls, West Ridge and the Summit Backside. We need a couple more storms to increase the base depth before those areas can open. Please respect all closed areas by not ducking ropes. Brush up on deep snow safety and ski with a buddy within eyesight at all times.

Snowfall Data West Village

snowfall_since_3_pm 6
snowfall_last_24_hours 7
snowfall_last_3_days 16
snowfall_last_7_days 28
snowfall_season 227

Snowfall Data Mid Mountain

snowfall_since_3_pm 6
snowfall_last_24_hours 7
snowfall_last_3_days 17
snowfall_last_7_days 29
snowfall_season 251

Weather Sensor Data

time Feb 21, 2018 06:00 AM
wv-base 76.34
wv-temp 15.22
sunrise-temp 13.24
pine-temp 12.7
northwest-temp 10.38
wv-rh 96
pine-rh 96
sunrise-wind-avg 2
sunrise-wind-max 9
sunrise-wind-dir 169
pine-wind-avg 5
pine-wind-max 12
pine-wind-dir 258
northwest-wind-avg 12
northwest-wind-max 17
northwest-wind-dir 335

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