Champagne Powder

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Groomers reporting in this last day of 2012 with 2 inches of new snow on the 24 hour stake. A little champagne powder for this new year’s eve day. Snow fell lightly off and on through the night, letting up with low thin clouds moving up and down at 5 am this morning, temperature is 10… (keep reading)

Thin Stratus

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Groomers reporting this Sunday morning at 5am with a thin stratus layer of cloud cover. The moon shining through and lights of the valley visible. Clouds may break off and on today, the forecast is for occasional flurries. Again no wind and temperature is 13.6 degrees. Less than an inch of the fluffy snow groomed… (keep reading)

Halo

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Groomers reporting in this Saturday morning at 5am with no new snow. They have been working under a halo as a big ring around the full moon, an amazing optical phenomenon made for a beautiful night. Wind is calm and visibility unlimited with high thin clouds. There is a chance for some light flurries off… (keep reading)

Long Night Moon

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8:45am update: Unlimited visibility, 0-3 SW calm wind, 15 degrees. Groomers reporting in this Friday morning at 5 am with an inch of new snow on the 24 hour stake. Snow looked like it was going to get going good about 4am and then lightened up, forecast is again for off and on light snow.… (keep reading)

100%

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8:30 Update: Still trying to snow, it is light and the visibility is unlimited undergray sky with just a touch of wind on the top. Groomers reporting this Thursday morning of the holiday season with just a trace of new snow and snow lightly falling. This has been the pattern for the last few days,… (keep reading)

Lightly Falling

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8:50amUpdate….100% open, unlimited visibility, calm. Groomers reporting in this Wednesday morning at 5am with snow lightly falling. It has been coming down through the night and is forecast to continue off and on through the day today. Adding up to an inch of fluffy flakes. Visibility is reduced by the snow and the operators are not seeing the lights… (keep reading)

Merry Christmas

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Update 8:30: unlimited visibility, clouds are high, no wind few scattered flakes falling. Groomers reporting in this Christmas morning at 5 am are recording an inch of snow on the 24 hour stake with a trace overnight. Fog appears to have formed in the valley and they are seeing no stars above or lights below while visibity… (keep reading)