Mountain Weather 4/9/2017

Date: 04/09/2017

Well, at least last night’s storm brought the wind… and there’s cold air on the way.

A windy trough of low pressure is blowing across the western US this morning, with the substantial moisture tracking far away in the Northern Rockies. This morning as the trough axis passes overhead a cold front will drop temperatures several degrees and shift winds to the Northwest. For the last day of the ski area, expect a cool breezy day, with clouds decreasing as the day goes on. The winds look to calm down as the lifts stop spinning.

For those partaking in the traditional closing day rituals, you might consider bringing a wind-proof sock.