Bear Mountain
Live Weather 60°F 42°
Wind: 3 mph

Knock Knock. Who's- IT'S WINTER. I'M BACK

by Rob Ochtera | Mar 04, 2016

Things are aligning nicely for a combo punch out of the Pacific at the end of this weekend and next week. A slight shift Eastward of the center of El Niño, combined with the alignment of the Madden-Julian Oscillation, will result in the high pressure ridge above us breaking down and ushering in the return of our Atmospheric River over California. Snow levels are expected to start out around 6,00 feet and drop to 5,000 feet on Monday with the potential of several inches to more than a foot of snowfall, according to the National Weather Service.
So, don't even think about hanging those skis and boards up yet. We're skiing and riding 100% of our terrain going into the weekend and coming out the other side with powder for you. See you on the snow...