Sunny with cloudy periods. Windy.
Top of the World
Top of Morrisey
Measured at mid mountain. Updated February 17th at 6:36pm
*New snow data is reset at 3:30pm everyday after the lifts close.
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Crystal Chair, Tower 10
Sunburst Express, Tower 18
Sundance Express, Tower 20
Morrisey Express, Tower 10
Forecast for Mid Mountain:
Sunday: Variable morning cloud. Chance of a brief flurry. Partial afternoon clearing. Wind north 20 gust 35 km/h. High near minus 11 C.
Sunday night: Clear skies and cold. Wind north 10 km/h with gusts to 25 km/h. Low near minus 16 C.
Monday: Mainly sunny. Cold. Wind southeast 12 km/h.. High near minus 11.
A renewed surge of modified arctic air for today. Cloud this morning with partial clearing by the afternoon. Chance of a brief morning flurry. Gusty northerly winds. As the cold air deepens we can expect clear skies tonight and mainly sunny for Monday. Winds will ease by Monday. Daytime highs on the slopes near minus 11 C.
Tuesday through Thursday: The north to northwest flow of modified arctic air will continue. A weak system embedded in this flow will give increasing cloud and some flurries for Tuesday afternoon and evening. Winds variable and light with some gustiness at times. Aside from this weak system there will be plenty of sunshine. Temperatures on the cool side with daytime highs on the slopes near minus 10 C.