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Freshies on Tuesday morning, and more to come


Snow fell on Monday and Monday night, we'll have a lull in the storm on Tuesday, then additional snow will fall from Tuesday night through Wednesday evening.


Monday brought intermittent snow with a coating to 2 inches of accumulation, then more intense snow fell on Monday night with an additional 3 inches at mid-mountain and 2 inches at Blue Sky Basin. That brings the total snowfall to 3 inches at mid-mountain and 4 inches at the Blue Sky Basin.

On Tuesday morning, we'll be riding the snow that fell on Monday night, and we'll also see relatively drier weather as we will be in between the two parts of this storm.

From Tuesday night through Wednesday evening, the second part of the storm will bring 5-10+ inches of accumulation and strong wind gusts of 40-60 mph. The best powder should be all day on Wednesday.

Wednesday night to Friday midday should be relatively calmer. Lingering moisture and storm energy could produce snow showers, though I have low confidence about this outcome and we could see no snow or more than a few inches of snow. 

Friday afternoon to Saturday midday should bring another round of snow with perhaps 2-4+ inches of accumulation and some powder on Saturday morning.

And then later Sunday into Monday could be another time with snow with perhaps a few inches of powder either later Sunday or early Monday.

Far into the future, it looks like a lot of next week will be dry, with the next possible storm later in the week and into the following weekend between March 30 to April 2.

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Snow conditions as of Tuesday morning

New snow mid-mountain:
* 3” (24 hours Monday 500am to Tuesday 500am)
* 3” (Overnight Monday 400pm to Tuesday 500am)

New snow Blue Sky Basin:
* 4” (24 hours Monday 500am to Tuesday 500am)
* 2” (Overnight Monday 400pm to Tuesday 500am)

Last snowfall:
* 3” Monday to Monday Night (Mar 20-21)

* 33 of 33 lifts
* 275 of 275 trails
* Latest update

Snowpack compared to the 30-year average:
* 110%