Ski Report Wednesday, January 22nd, 2014

Ski Report Wednesday, January 22nd, 2014

Conditions continue to for the ski resorts.
While we haven't had a ton of snow, the combination of a little natural snow along with cold weather for the snowmaking has helped for a nice rebound in conditions for the regional ski resorts. Slope counts are up and are approaching 100% open for many resorts. The bases are also getting thicker and some snowfall from the weekend into early next week will continue to help the slopes without snowmaking capability. 

If you head out to the slopes this weekend the weather and the slope conditions will be quite good. A storm system moving up the East Coast will help to bring snow to resorts, especially Snowshoe, Timberline, and Whitetail. Resorts farther to the north and west will have to wait until Sunday night into Monday for a significant snowfall. Temperatures should not be too cold for this time of the year with highs not too far from 30s on the slopes.


Happy Turns,


Joe
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