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Great Conditions & More Snow on the Way to Bear Valley Cross Country

Posted by: thepinetree on 01/20/2019 01:19 PM
Bear Valley, CA...Daily Scoop: The next storm is moving in Sunday morning and will last through Sunday night. Snow levels starting around 7,500 feet falling to 7,000 feet during the day Sunday. As of 12/1/18, Bear Valley Cross Country glided into a new ownership model. The Bear Valley Mountain Cooperative is the new owner and you can look forward to a seamless transition. Everyone is enthusiastic about the future of both this adventure business and Bear Valley in general. Cheers to 40 more years of continued great times in the meadow and beyond! Check out bvmcoop.org for more info or to join the Cooperative.







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Hey Good People!! It’s Time For Some Skiing/Riding My Friends, Enjoy Some “Pure Mtn Fun”

Posted by: thepinetree on 01/20/2019 11:03 AM
Bear Valley, CA...Hey Good People! As the storm front moves onshore this morning we will see surface pressure gradients at their strongest during the initial arrival so winds will be in the upper 20’s sustained and gusts will reach into the 40’s. The windy conditions will last into the evening and subside Monday morning as the system heads East at that time. The focus will be the snowfall associated with this Pacific front as today we could see up to 16″ fall today and another 12-18″ tonight!!!!! The model runs are still wavering a bit so the totals could be a bit more for tonight. The snowfall elevations will start out a bit high near pass levels then drop by the afternoon to 6000′ and falling to 4000′ later tonight. Monday the trough will sit over the Great Basin so a few inside sliders may produce but that chance is relatively small at this time. This is a classic January snowfall pattern for us and It’s time for some skiing/riding my friends so come on up and enjoy some “Pure Mtn Fun”.






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Hey Good People!! An Explosion of "Pure Mtn Fun" Today in Bear Valley! ~ Mattly Trent

Posted by: thepinetree on 01/19/2019 10:56 AM
Bear Valley, CA...Hey Good People! Warm air aloft has brought the temps up to 36F for the overnight low with lite mixed precipitation. Today we’ll see a partly sunny day with a high of 42F and a south wind up to 9mph. Tonight however we’ll see low pressure kick back in and a return of snowfall is slated for Sunday through Monday. Currently the model runs show 9-13″ of new snow during the day Sunday and 7-11″ Sunday night into Monday. Winds for this event will be in the 20’s to 30’s so redistribution of snow around the mountain can lend itself to drifting and pockets of deeper snowfall. By Tuesday high pressure will return and keep the forecast area dry and clear through the following weekend. This a classic January snowfall pattern for us and It’s time for some skiing/riding my friends so come on up and enjoy some “Pure Mtn Fun”.






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Winter Explosion – Torchlight & Fireworks at Bear Valley!

Posted by: thepinetree on 01/19/2019 02:15 AM
Bear Valley, CA...When the lifts stop turning, Winter Explosion festivities begin! Spend your MLK weekend in the mountains with our spectacular annual Winter Explosion event! On Saturday 1/19, once the lifts stop running we will keep the party going with tubing after dark, dinner at the mountain, a safety talk by our very own Mattly Trent, and finish the night with a bang with a torch-light parade and fireworks!


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Hey Good People!! 51 Inches of "Pure Mtn Fun" Fell from Current System! ~ Mattly Trent

Posted by: thepinetree on 01/18/2019 11:25 AM
Bear Valley, CA...Hey Good People! 3″ of new snow overnight to round out the current system for a storm total of 51″!!!!! Mostly cloudy today with a chance of snow showers after 11am and a high of 37F and a light South wind up to 8mph. Saturday we have a chance of mixed precipitation during the day with a high of 41F then Sunday during the day we can pick up another 3-7″ as that quick moving system will exit by late Sunday night/early Monday morning. High pressure ridging looks to return early next week and will be dry and above normal temps for that time frame. This a classic January snowfall pattern for us and It’s time for some skiing/riding my friends so come on up and enjoy some “Pure Mtn Fun”.





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Hey Good People!! A Stellar MLK Weekend Awaits with Feet of New Snow! ~ Mattly Trent

Posted by: thepinetree on 01/17/2019 11:13 AM
Bear Valley, CA...Hey Good People! 22″ of new snow overnight! 41″ for the current storm total and well……….another possible 17-23″ is expected today. The overnight temps hovered right around 28F all night so snow fall elevations rose a bit but we should see that fall today to around 6-6500′. Max gusts last night at the Ski lodge were 29mph so quite a bit lower than the projected values. Winds today will be in the 20’s mostly with possible gusts into the mid 30’s and with the expected snowfall it’s sure to be a pow riding day. Tonight another 3-7″ is expected before the system tapers and bring a partly sunny day on Saturday and then another shot of snow for Sunday. High pressure ridging looks to return early next week and will be dry and above normal temps for that time frame. Drifting snow and bigger accumulations will be seen with redistribution on the micro and macro levels so inbounds resort skiing/riding can feel deeper in some areas than other through this cycle. This a classic January snowfall pattern for us and It’s time for some skiing/riding my friends so come on up and enjoy some “Pure Mtn Fun”.







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Big Trees Market Weekly Ad & Grocery Specials Through January 22nd

Posted by: thepinetree on 01/16/2019 08:02 AM
Arnold, CA...Big Trees Market Weekly Ad & Grocery Specials Through January 22nd


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Pioneer Electric is Ready for Next 35 Years!

Posted by: thepinetree on 01/16/2019 10:42 AM
Arnold, CA...Earlier this month there was a passing of the torch (electric torch) in Arnold as Troy Gravison & his wife Yesenia took over as the new owners of Pioneer Electric. It was a happy but emotional occasion for Tim Bennett as Pioneer Electric has been part of his life since founding it 35 years ago. The business will be in familiar and capable hands as Troy has been part of the Pioneer Electric team for the last 16 years.




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Blizzard Warning Above 6,500 Feet Beginning Wednesday Evening. Some Areas May Receive Up To 9 Feet of Snow

Posted by: thepinetree on 01/15/2019 07:58 PM
Arnold, CA...The National Weather Service in Sacramento has issued a Blizzard warning for our area. Carson, Ebbetts & Sonora Pass areas are forecast to receive the deepest layers of snow from these systems. Heavy snow expected above 5000 feet. Blizzard conditions expected above 6500 feet beginning Wednesday evening. Travel will be very difficult to impossible, including during the morning commute on Thursday. The combination of a heavy, wet snow with high winds may down power lines and trees. Between 5000 and 6500 feet, total snow accumulations of 2 to 3 feet, with localized amounts up to 4 feet, are expected. Above 6500 feet, heavier snowfall is likely with accumulations of 5 to 7 feet, locally up to 9 feet.

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Hey Good People!! Copious Amounts of "Pure Mtn Fun" Ahead this Week! ~ Mattly Trent

Posted by: thepinetree on 01/14/2019 11:34 AM
Bear Valley, CA...Hey Good People! A crisp morning of clear skies and 22F starts the day ahead of the approaching storm system. Snow showers are expected today but looks to arrive late morning into early afternoon. Tonight we could see up to 4″ as the system starts kicking into high gear. The next 3 days or so will bring copious amounts of snow to the forecast area with Aline County directly in it’s sights. Totals from the current model runs will look like this: Tuesday-4-8″, Tuesday night 8-12″, Wednesday-5-9″, Wednesday night 13-19″, Thursday- 16-22″, Thursday night- snow showers. So it looks like 46-70″ are possible but we’ll see how the last half of the system works out as warm air on the backside of the system could bring snowfall elevations up near 6500′ at the end of the storm. Surface pressure gradients will also increase come late Tuesday night/Wednesday as winds will pick up into the 30’s and possible low 40’s. Drifting snow and bigger accumulations will be seen with redistribution on the micro and macro levels. Either way conditions are favorable for quality snow production and the coming storms look to be low enough in elevation that the Grizz Bowl looks to come online sooner than later. This a classic January snowfall pattern for us and It’s time for some skiing/riding my friends so come on up and enjoy some “Pure Mtn Fun”.







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