The Next 7 Days:
The storm track looks to stay to our north over the next 7+ days. We should see mostly sunny skies and highs in the 30s on the upper mountain, and 40s at the base. Overnight lows in the teens and 20s will be cold enough for continued snowmaking.
The latest long-range model runs show a drier pattern possibly lasting through the 1st week of December. There is a storm around the 1st that may dip far enough south to brush us with some light snow. After that we may continue in a drier pattern.
Looking at the long-range models we are watching the 2nd week of December into mid-December to see if an active pattern will return. Until then we will rely on snowmaking on top of the fresh snow from the last 3 storms for continued terrain expansion. High temperatures are expected to stay in the 30s & 40s with cold overnight lows.
Opening day is still scheduled for Wednesday!