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Skiiers hit the slopes of Mt. Shasta

More than ten North State high school ski teams gathered on the slopes Monday at the Mt. Shasta Ski Park. But how long will the snow last?

Posted: Jan 29, 2018 6:07 PM

The ski season at Mt. Shasta Ski Park is off to a strong start, albeit a late one.

The conditions Monday were call cloudy and beautiful by the Ski Park's mountain host and social media editor, Sarah Bryan.
Bryan says they have had really good crowds since they opened on Friday.
   
Monday more than 100 teens from North State high schools took to the slopes. They are skiing on the five groomed trails. There is fourteen inches of snow on top of Douglas Hill.

Conditions are not conducive to making any new snow on the mountain, officials said Monday afternoon.

Some skiiers are questioning whether conditions will be good enough  for next weekend. The Ski Park hopes to have an answer in the next 48 hours.

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A significant weather system will impact our area beginning late tonight, lasting through the day on Monday. This includes a large amount of snow for the mountains, with rain and wind for the valley and foothills. A steady rain will begin to move into our area around 1am Sunday.
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