Partly cloudy and mild weather continues today with highs in the 50's. That weather will continue through Saturday. Winds are a little breezy up top with gusts to 25 mph. Saturday winds should increase ahead of the next storm.
On Sunday we have a colder storm moving through that will start as rain below 8000 feet with snow levels falling below the base by Sunday evening. Snow continues Sunday night before tapering off by Monday morning.
We could see 2-4 inches of snow at the base and 4-13 inches on the mountain. We will continue to update the forecast as we get closer.
Monday and Tuesday next week we should have sun and much colder air in place with highs in the 30's on the mountain. That should allow for more snowmaking Sunday night through Tuesday night to try and open more terrain.
High pressure builds back in next week with dry weather and a warming trend through the end of the week.
We are watching for a pattern change as we go into the first week of December that may bring back an active weather pattern.