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Operations Update: February Storm 1

Operations Update: Thursday, February 8th

Winter has officially made itself known with powder, powder, and more powder!

With snow everyday, little sun, and low visibility, conditions have been interesting up here. Road conditions have been mostly wet and clear until Wednesday, February 7th when things got a little slippery. Woody's and Powder Country closed for 1 hour for the roads to be cleared by UDOT. Snow tires or chains are highly recommended, since road conditions can change throughout day operations.

Terrain Update:

All 9 lifts have remained open throughout this 7 day storm cycle. Lightning Ridge was closed on Monday, February 5th due to a slide triggered by a patroller during morning mitigation in Cache Bowl. The Raintree cat ran instead to keep cat skiing operating! James Peak has remained closed for the past 4 days due to high avalanche risk and low visibility for patrollers to safely perform mitigation. As the storm settles down, we will return to 100% open.

Snow Roundup:

Consistent snow everyday makes us the happiest! While big dumps are incredible ski days, 4"-8" everyday allows our teams to safely keep the most terrain open.

February 2nd - 3.5"

February 3rd - 4"

February 4th - 1"

February 5th - 7.5"

February 6th - 4"

February 7th - 6"

February 8th - 7"

Weather Outlook:

We will see moderately cold temps leading into the weekend, and a break from the snow. Light snow showers are predicted throughout the coming week. Keep and eye on the weather as President's Day Weekend nears.

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