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Thursday Forecast and Conditions Update

8:30am Update The temps have maintained, the precip has stopped, the winds have calmed and I am about to get out on the mountain. We are still expecting firm conditions at the Summit to soften by the time you get to Midway. There is limited grooming today but things are really looking a lot better than they were just a couple hours ago. I am excited to get on the hill and see what we've got! Consistent warm overnight temps and continued precip (rain) on the lower two thirds of the mountain have most surfaces soft and wet. The top third of the mountain is seeing snow this morning and firm to hard surfaces as temperatures have hovered just below freezing. Conditions today will definitely be variable and will range from soft, saturated, spring-like snow to hard surfaces higher up on the mountain. There will also be limited grooming today due to the warm temps and overnight rain. As the sun comes up we will have a much better idea of how things are looking and will continue to update as conditions evolve.  Even in the best seasons you see days that stand out as unique and this looks to be one of them. See you on the hill, -Tony

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Thursday Outlook

I just have to say it. We got hit by a mid-week moist maker of a storm. Warm temps and rain over the course of the day have created wet snow conditions across the mountain. Cooling temps tonight could create some rather interesting surfaces in the morning. We are here to give it to you straight...but unfortunately we won’t know what tomorrow looks like until we get to the morning. What the temps and precip do over the course of the next 12-15 hours will shape the outlook for tomorrow. Will we have spring-like (west side) conditions or very firm (world cup) conditions? As difficult as it is, I have to say hang in there and stay tuned... On a happier note, we have seen more snow already this season than we do during the entirety of an average year (as in it has been an epic season). We are extremely well set up to "weather the storm" and get out there and enjoy skiing and riding. Like I always say...The choice to ski or ride is certainly better than no choice at all! See you on the hill, -Tony

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Sunday 2/12 Forecast

Come fill your lungs with some fresh mountain air on this glorious Sunday morning! Those spring feels are in the air, temps are mild and forecast to reach a balmy 33degrees by 1pm! The breeze is calm, and  high clouds and sunshine are providing great visibilty and show casing some spectacular views of the valley and peaks. Surface conditions are firm and fast on the groomers and are beginning to soften in some places due to the warm temps. Off-piste action is variable, crispy and crunchy in most places, so easy style it out there and ride safe. Come join me as I head back out to enjoy a day on the slopes! See you out there, -Skier Amy

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Saturday 2/11 Forecast

Make the most of our epic playground and make your Sunday a fun day on the slopes! The breeze is calm, the sun will be hangin’ out between moderate cloud cover, and temps will increase to a balmy 32 deg by midday! Surface conditions will be firm and fast on the groomers, so roll those edges over and enjoy the ride!  Off-piste action is variable due to the thaw-freeze affect that is creating a crust top layer, so easy style it out there and ride smart. And remember, it’s always a better day on the mountain! See you out there, -Skier Amy

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Friday 2/10 Forecast

1:00pm Update: We have All Chairs in operation. 10:20am Update: We are currently running Chairs2, 3, and 4 as well as the Pika Peak and Libtech 100LAPS Rope Tows. Chair 1 is on temporary mechanical hold.  Yesterday’s warm temps dropped  overnight, making the groomers firm and fast. A light snow shower this morning has dusted the slopes in some places making for some softer sliding. Good news, more snow is rolling in and forecast to increase throughout the day,  tapering off around 4pm.The summit is breezy and cloudy with  the sun peeking through patches at midway.  Off-piste conditions are hard pack with a crust layer on top. Not our usual soft, fluffy snow, but a day in the mountains is always better than a day in the valley! And, don’t forget we are bringing the mountain to town tonight  for an epic evening of urban action at the Rails and Ales event on Orondo Avenue! See you out there, -Skier Amy

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Thursday 2/9/2017 Forecast

Mother nature left us another 7” of snow in the last 24hours, however, warm temperatures have affected the integrity of the snow making it  variable across the mountain. Groomers are crisp and firm at the summit and soften up as you descend the slopes, I found Kiwa to be soft and fun underfoot. Off piste conditions are heavy with a layer of crust on top. It’s windy at the summit with moderate visibility and mild temps, windshield wipers are a good option as it’s  snow/raining. On the bright side, a day on the mountain is always better than a day in the valley! And, that is exactly why we are bringing the mountain to town this Friday night, so come enjoy an epic evening of urban action at the Rails and Ales event! See you out there, -Skier Amy

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Monday 2/6 Forecast

10:50am Update 10 inches and counting in the last 24 hours.  Words fail to describe the current conditions.  So instead of busting out my thesaurus and writing a fancy blurb I am just going to say this...If you are not up here right now, clock out, grab your gear, and head up the mountain.  As of now it’s free refills and zero lift lines.   Let’s Ride! -Matt

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Monday 2/6 Preview

Tonight Snow, mainly before 4am. Low around 20. Southeast wind 6 to 8 mph. Chance of precipitation is 100%. New snow accumulation of 3 to 7 inches possible. Monday A chance of snow before 7am, then snow showers likely, mainly between 7am and 4pm. Mostly cloudy, with a temperature falling to around 18 by 5pm. Breezy, with a southwest wind 13 to 23 mph, with gusts as high as 37 mph. Chance of precipitation is 70%. New snow accumulation of 1 to 3 inches possible. Monday Night A 30 percent chance of snow showers, mainly before 10pm. Mostly cloudy, with a low around 14. West wind around 16 mph, with gusts as high as 26 mph. New snow accumulation of less than a half inch possible.

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Sunday 2/5 Forecast

I’ve had a blast rippin’ around the mountain this morning and by the sound of all the hootin’ and  hollerin’ on the slopes everyone is enjoying the goods!  3” of fresh has graced the mid basin overnight and a total of 10” has fallen in the last 48hours! Surface conditions are smooth and soft across the mountain making for some awesome hero turns! It’s lightly snowing right now with more snow predicted to kick off Super Bowl Sunday with a flurry of epicness, so stay tuned! See you out there, -Skier Amy

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