Scattered morning flurries. Afternoon sunny periods.
Top of the World
Top of Morrisey
Measured at mid mountain. Updated November 14th at 9:48am
*New snow data is reset at 3:30pm everyday after the lifts close.
New Snow *4cm
Crystal Chair, Tower 10
Sunburst Express, Tower 18
Sundance Express, Tower 20
Morrisey Express, Tower 10
Forecast for Mid Mountain:
Wednesday: Cloudy with sunny breaks. Scattered flurries becoming isolated in the afternoon. 2 cm. Wind south to southwest 20 with gusts to 35 km/h. High near plus 1 C.
Wednesday night: Variable cloudiness with isolated flurries. Wind south to southwest 10 to 15 km/h. Low near minus 5 C.
Thursday: Periods of snow. 5 to 8 cm. Wind southwest 15 to 25 km/h with gusts to 35 km/h. High near minus 1 C.
A disturbance will give scattered flurries to the resort this morning. As the system moves away to the east, the flurries will become isolated in the afternoon. A few sunny periods are also likely. Another disturbance moving from the northwest will bring periods of snow on Thursday. Highs around the freezing point. Winds light at times gusty in the afternoons both days.
Friday through Sunday: Scattered flurries Thursday night...clearing by morning. A drier northerly flow aloft will provide a mix of sun and cloud on Friday. Mainly sunny skies on the weekend as a strong upper ridge builds then persists over the Southern Interior. Cool overnight with afternoon temperatures rising to a couple of degrees below freezing. Light winds will prevail through the period.