Oct
31st
THE START OF A LONG WINTER?
A Pacific storm is forecast to impact Northern California later this week and continue into next week. Snow levels are expected to lower to 4,000 to 5,000 feet by Saturday, blanketing the High Sierra’s in a layer of white. According to the National Weather Service, one to two feet of snow is likely at the highest elevations. Although we do not expect to receive that amount of snow (fingers crossed, though), we remain hopeful that this first serious storm and the colder temperatures will lay the foundation for a long season in the snow. We encourage all our loyal customers to think ahead to a visit in the snow with us this winter. As we enter November, we encourage everyone to stay tuned here for announcements regarding recent summer projects and a projected opening date. We can’t wait for a great Snowplay Season!
 

https://www.mymotherlode.com/news/local/332391/cold-november-rain-later-this-week.html