If you get out on the hill early on Sunday morning, you’ll find a dusting of new snow that fell on Saturday night.
Earlier forecasts showed the chance for a few snow showers on Saturday night, and the storm actually came in a bit stronger than expected.
Sunday morning’s snow showers and clouds should move away by mid-morning, leaving partly sunny skies for the rest of Sunday with temperatures rising into the mid-to-upper 30s. Have fun celebrating the final day of the season!
I’ll write one more post on Monday morning when I’ll take a look at a few snow statistics for the past season.
Thanks for reading!
JOEL GRATZ, Meteorologist at OpenSnow.com
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