The storm that moved through Monday night into Tuesday brought 7 inches of new snow to the upper mountain and rain to the base. Then a change to rain occurred Tuesday on the upper mountain before the storm moved out.
Wednesday Into the Weekend:
High pressure builds in starting Wednesday with a drier pattern through the weekend and into Monday. Highs in the 50s at the base & 40s up top Wednesday with NW winds gusting to 50+ mph up top. Then lighter winds and warming into the 60s at the base & 50s up top Thursday through Monday with mostly sunny skies.
A cold front is expected to move through Tuesday – Wednesday of next week. Highs will drop into the 40s at the base and maybe 30s up top. We could see gusty winds and a few snow showers, but some models keep any moisture to our north and east.
For now, the extended outlook doesn’t show any bigger storms arriving until at least the last week of November.
We will continue to keep an eye on that and let you know as soon as we see a storm on the way that could bring fresh snow to the mountain. In the meantime, we will see colder nights next week for better snowmaking.