Bear Valley Weather

Updated: Monday, November 29, 2021

Today’s Conditions

November 29th 2021 37F @ 5am  East southeast winds 5-8mph  Wind max(24hrs) – 7mph 
Base – 0” Overnight – 0″  Current Storm total – 0″  Season Total – 30”
 Hey Good People!
Snowy weather…………………where is it you may ask? Well, currently the Rex block over Greenland is laying a heavy hand on the influence of high pressure and warming for the West Coast. With today’s high of 53F and tomorrow slated to be a bit warmer it certainly feels like Indian Summer in the Sierra. Winds look to increase over the next few days as the surface gradient tightens up so expect some breezy conditions coupled with warm temps and abundant sunshine. Snow making has been hit & miss thus far this season as warmer than average night time temperatures have thwarted most of our efforts. Our Mountain Ops teams are staying diligent and ready to deploy at a moments notice when the temps return for favorable snow making conditions. While these conditions are not optimal, we are working hard and taking advantage of the nice weather as we finish up Summer/Fall work loads and prep for the coming winter. Another week of high pressure and continued warmth is expected but don’t despair as there is still some strong ensembles from the models showing a change in this pattern during the second week of December and snowfall looks promising. Snow will fall soon!!!! It’s been a great start so far for water for the Sierra and snow for the resort. We look forward to skiing and riding with all ya’ll very soon. 
Sunny, with a high near 53. East southeast wind 5 to 8 mph becoming light and variable.
Mostly clear, with a low around 43. East northeast wind 9 to 11 mph, with gusts as high as 18 mph.