Sunny skies & mild temperatures continue for Sunday with highs in the 50s on the mountain. Winds pick up throughout the day Sunday with gusts from the southwest of 40-50+ mph by evening. Gusts strong enough to close any lifts should hold off until after the mountain closes, but not guaranteed.
Monday – Tuesday:
A dry cold front moves through early Monday. Mostly sunny skies are expected to continue, but we should cooldown with highs only in the 40s into Tuesday on the mountain to near 50 degrees at the base.
Gusty ridgetop winds from the west gusting 40-50+ up top Monday morning which could affect a few upper mountain lifts. Then turning northeast and coming down some Monday afternoon. East winds could pick up into Tuesday with gusts of 40-50+ mph.
Wednesday – Friday:
We stay in a dry pattern through the end of the week. We will warm back up for the 2nd half of the week with lighter winds and highs into the 50s on the mountain and near 60 degrees at the base.
The long-range models continue to show a pattern shift next weekend through the week of the 5th. We may start to cool down with breezy winds Saturday and even more next Sunday.
The next chance for precipitation may be next Sunday the 4th, with additional weak systems possible the week of the 5th. We will continue to watch the trends and fine-tune the details on any storms that could bring a return of rain & snow as we get closer.