If you’re itching to hit the slopes, this weekend is going to be spectacular around the state! The temperature is back down, the wind is easing, snow has returned, and the ski area operations are returning to normal. Up to 12″ of snow fell Thursday, and there will be a few additional inches on top of that by Friday morning. The skiing & boarding conditions should be excellent on Friday. For up-to-the-minute conditions, check out Ski Oregon’s conditions page or follow us on Twitter.

Overall, the weather pattern is going through a significant change – from super-stormy to super-serene. Starting next week, high pressure takes control over the Northwest – meaning that blue sky, sunshine, and calm winds will prevail nearly every day next week. We’ll have a little bump in the road to pass over this weekend, however, as a weak weather system slides through Sunday morning. A few light rain or wet snow showers are possible Sunday – otherwise it looks dry and pleasant for most of the week ahead.

Enjoy the snow!

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