SNOW REPORT

Sunday • 1:38 pm
March 22, 2015
NEW SNOW
12 hrs 24 hrs
4" 4"
CONDITIONS
Temperature 38°
Base Heather Meadows 19"
Base Pan Dome 50"
Weather overcast
Slope Conditions Other
OPERATIONS
Hours Temporarily Closed
Operation see below
Notes The roller coaster weather brought us some snow! Over the weekend we received 4 inches of new at Heather Meadows and about 12 inches of new snow on top of Pan Dome. Things are looking really good up high but unfortunately we still need more snow at the Heather Meadows Base Area in order to reopen.

But this week could possibly bring us enough snow to reopen for next weekend. Forecasts are calling for a warmup midweek again but then cooler temperatures and possible snowfall afterwards. We are monitoring the conditions and weather several times a day and have our crew on standby ready to roll the lifts the moment conditions allow!

BENEFIT:  Mt. Baker Bowl
WHAT:  A benefit to raise funds for a Grindline Bowl in Glacier WA. There will be a silent auction and custom prints for sale. All proceeds will fund this project

ART SHOW:  Jamie Lynn 20 year celebration
MUSIC:  Featuring Drag the River and special guests
WHERE:  Chair 9 in Glacier WA
WHEN:  Sat March 21st : Doors open at 7pm, show starts at 8 to Midnight
COST:  $10 cash at the door
PRESENTED BY: Lib Tech, Evo, Vans, Asymbol, PBR, Volcom, Frequency TSJ, Grindline, Chair 9, Diecutstickers.com

An updated note to BAKER PASSHOLDERS from our friends at Mt. Hood Meadows: 

A personal thank you to Mt. Hood Meadows CEO Matthew Drake and the MHM crew for continuing to honor the Mt. Baker / Mt. Hood Meadows Season Pass Holder Exchange.  Not only are they continuing the program while we are suspending operations, but are also offering special accommodations rates at Cooper Spur AND if a Baker 2014-15 passholder has already used their 5 time exchange, the Hood Meadows crew is offering you $10 lift tickets through the end of their season. 

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