Good morning shredders! Here is your daily dose of Mt. Bachelor conditions:
Clear, crisp and shaping up to be a wonderful day here at Mt. Bachelor! We start Wednesday under clear skies and temperatures in the teens with an impressive outlook for the day ahead. The forecast is calling for mostly clear skies all day with temps warming into the mid 30’s by the afternoon and light winds! It will be a midweeker’s delight today and the snow surface will start fast and firm on fresh corduroy with a likely softening to happen by the afternoon. It’s looking like today will be the last clear and calm day this week – you don’t want to miss your chance for some comfortable carving on the slopes!
Curious about Summit? Well, unfortunately, last week’s ice storm caused extensive damage to Summit lift’s communications line. A multi-day repair effort is underway and we’ve created a special web page to keep you informed about the lift’s status:
Summit Lift Repair Update
Reminder: With daytime temps reaching above freezing, trees have the possibility to shed snow and ice that has accumulated from the previous storms. We recommend staying on groomed runs, but if you do choose to off piste, please use caution and always be aware of hazards that may be overhead.
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