It’s going to be a white Thanksgiving for portions of the Sierras, as the first winter storms of the season move through Northern California. A Winter Storm Warning has been issued for the higher elevations, with the first storm slated to move into the region Wednesday, and a second making its appearance Thursday and into Friday. The snowline is expected to fluctuate between 6000 and 7000 feet. With Leland Snowplay’s elevation right in the middle of that, we are hopeful we will receive a solid dumping of the National Weather Services predicted “moderate to heavy” snowfall. We remain closed at this time, but will pay close attention to temperatures and precipitation over this holiday in the hope we can open within the next few weeks. It’s been a long summer, and we are excited at the prospect of a long winter and tons of Snowplay fun. Stay tuned here for future updates!