So Cal Snow Post: Let It Snow!

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Snow is starting to fall in Southern California, and the sound of that is music to our ears. This week’s storm blanketed Snow Summits and Bear Mountain resorts with 14 feet of fresh powder and there’s more to come this weekend. Combine that with their quality snowmaking and slope grooming and you’ve got yourself an awesome place to ride.

More lifts and runs are opening daily at so-cal resorts with high hope of having most of the mountain open for this weekend.

Here is your weekly forecast of conditions for Big Bear Mountain Resorts:

Thurs Dec 10th: Hi 42°f / 37°f (base/top) and Lo 31°f / 27°f (base/top)

Partly to mostly cloudy with cooler temperatures, snow showers should occur in the afternoon and continue overnight. 50% chance of snow by the afternoon with expected 1-2 inches of snow.

Fri Dec 11th: Hi 39°f / 33°f (base/top) and Lo 29°f / 26°f (base/top)

It’s going to be partly to mostly cloudy again with a 40% chance of snow in the morning.

Sat Dec 12th: Hi 39°f / 35°f (base/top) and Lo 32°f / 28°f (base/top)

Looks like it’s going to be mostly cloudy with strong SW winds and a wet snowfall. 50% chance of snow, about 3-5 inches or so.

Sun Dec 13th: Hi 43°f / 36°f (base/top) and Lo 29°f / 26°f (base/top)

It’s going to be clearing up and cooler today with dry NW winds and no snow is expected to fall.

If fresh snow isn’t enough incentive to head to the mountains, here’s a look at some upcoming events that may motivate you to take the trip:
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  • December 13 – USASA Giant Slalom @ Snow Summit
  • December 16 – Analog Go Huck Yourself
  • December 19 – Rome Premature Jibulation (Night Event).
  • December 31 – New Year’s Eve Torchlight Parade @ Snow Summit.
  • December 31 – New Year Eve Party.

Check back with the Entertainer for more news and information on conditions in the mountains this season, and be safe out there!

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