Good morning shredders! Here is your daily dose of Mt. Bachelor conditions:
It’s going to be another beautiful blues skies day up at Mt. Bachelor and it rings true when sno cats can be seen grooming the slopes from down in town with a full moon in the background! Monday temperatures beginning in the mid 20’s and are anticipated to rise into the low 30’s by the afternoon. Winds are expected to begin in the moderate range this morning and decrease as the day goes on. So get here early to take a lap off the cone in the moonlight or in the alpenglow that will come with another beautiful Central Oregon sunrise!
With a beautiful break in the storms, Lift Maintenance was finally able to get eyes on Summit since the latest storm. In doing so, it quickly became apparent that like the rest of the lifts, Summit was not able to escape Mother Nature’s wrath. Even worse, she chose to hit Summit the hardest. Utilizing the bluebird conditions today, Lift Maintenance was able to fully clean the rope line and cables. The next step in the process is clearing all the towers of ice accumulations that total more than a foot and repairing any damage that may have occurred. Sunny days are forecast for the next few days which will aid in Summit’s progress by giving us favorable working conditions and will slowly melt the ice. Even with the sunny assistance, Summit will still need few more days of work before it can safely open up. Additional updates to come as further progress in made on Summit.
Drive safe and see ya on the slopes!
Snowfall Data West Village
Snowfall Data Mid Mountain
Weather Sensor Data
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Weather data, conditions quote, and webcam images are from the lovely folks at mtbachelor.com