Good morning shredders! Here is your daily dose of Mt. Bachelor conditions:
Clear skies and the waning of a full moon greet the mountain in the pre-dawn of Thursday morning and provide the makings for another great day of skiing/riding. Temperatures are expected to be mild today with a high in the upper 30’s likely. Snow conditions will be firm to start with sun-exposed areas likely to soften up by the afternoon. Winds should start light but have the potential to pick up as the day goes on and bring the return of winter weather to the mountains until then don’t miss your chance to soak in an epic sunrise and some Mt. Bachelor sunshine. Grab your favorite carver and sharpen those edges for a day of fun groomers or park laps!
As temperatures stay above freezing we will continue to see ice and debris shed from many trees around the mountain. This comes with an important reminder to be aware of all obstacles on and off the groomed trails especially when skiing/riding close to trees or coming over blind terrain.
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
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