Clear skies on the mountain with low temps that are great for making snow. Expect these clear skies to stay with us through the weekend with a warming trend. We expect day time highs to get upwards to around 50 degrees or so by the weekend with an offshore flow. The recent front that pushed through brought cold weather but not so much in the way of precipitation, at least for us. UpÂ north in the Sierra's they are reporting overÂ 20" which is a great sign for the winter to come. The most current El Nino reports tell us that we are still on track for a wet winter although we should not expect to see the effects of the El Nino effects until later into December. Long range forecasts are pointing to another substantial front to move through the pacific some time before the Thanksgiving break. We'll have our fingers crossed that it will be headed our way. See you on the mountain.
The weather looks to be nice this weekend with day time high’s reaching near 60 degrees Saturday and Sunday mostly clear skies and mild to moderate variable winds. All snow activities are done for the year but we will be serving a wonderful Easter Brunch this Sunday from 10am to 3pm.
See you on the mountain