Groomers reporting in this Wednesday morning with no new snow to report. Mid and high level clouds have begun to form, unlimited visibility, with the temperature on the mountain still higher than down in the valley. Today look for high pressure to move out as a weather system with snow moves in. Machines have been laying out fresh corduroy… (keep reading)
We are closed this Monday and Tuesday as is our regular schedule. By Wednesday look for a change in weather as a Pacific frontal system moves in bringing the chance of snow. Inverted conditions should be knocked out of the valley and through the weekend snow in the picture. See you Wednesday.
Groomers reporting in this Sunday morning at 5am with skies clear above and below. It looks to be a day much like yesterday with warming temps and sunshine. Forecasters seeing a few passing high clouds for the day, chance of new snow looking a ways out as Wednesday appears to be the next predicted pattern… (keep reading)
Groomers reporting in this Saturday morning at 5 am under a thin layer of scattered clouds. Temperature has warmed a degree over night as high pressure is keeping temps warmer on the mountain than lower in the valley. The inverted cloud cover has broken up and the city lights are visible. No new snow to report… (keep reading)
Groomers reporting in at 5 am this Friday morning with no new snow to report. There is a thin layer of clouds above and pillow of clouds below as they are seeing about half of Kalispell. The forecast is for inverted conditions again today. There’s a light wind 3-5 from the south, look for partly… (keep reading)
Groomers reporting in this Thursday morning at 5 am with clear skies overhead looking down on a cloud covered valley floor. The temperature is 25 degrees and there is a slight wind 0-4 from the south. A good day to cash in on some sunshine, get your vitamin D on the slopes. The corduroy has… (keep reading)
Groomers reporting 3+ inches of new snow since closing on Sunday for your Powder Wednesday. At 5 am they are seeing stars above and a layer of broken clouds below. The temperature has warmed since coming on at midnight. As drier air and high pressure move in the chances of inverted conditions are increasing. The… (keep reading)