Becoming slushy

by Mark on March 28, 2015

Sunset sessions.

Sunset sessions.

Base up top: 420 cm    Temp Top; +2 Degrees

Base at bottom; 200 cm

New Snow since close: 0 cm

Weather; Partly cloudy


We have a pretty similar day expected today in comparison with yesterday. The only variation today that there is the possibility of some high clouds moving over during the afternoon. The snow will start out fast this morning, becoming slushier and slow during the afternoon making  it a good day for some cruising on the groomed runs or making park laps. Considering its the weekend, crowd levels will be slightly higher than what we have had so far this week.

Looking at the forecast some light rain showers are possible tomorrow with the potential for light flurries near the mountain top. Early next week is expected to be clear and warm. At this stage there is no forecast snow in the long range predictions.

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